If you want to use your mobile phone to pay bills, for shopping – or friends – how can you do it?
If you want to pay your friends easily using your mobile phone, how can you do it? There are several mobile payment systems around, including Paym (pronounced pay-em), which is offered by several of the big banks.
Getting a refund or replacement if you buy something and it's faulty - what the law says the retailer must do.
If you buy faulty goods, what is the retailer supposed to do? Here's a guide to your rights.
You'd expect retailers - especially the larger ones - to know the law when it comes to customer rights, but it's not always the case. I often hear shop staff tell customers that they have to complain to the manufacturer - especially if the problem arises after six months. That's wrong.
Interest on payday loans could be capped at 0.8% a day under new rules from the financial regulator
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said it plans to limit payday loan interest to £24 for £100 loan over 30 days
Payday lenders could be limited in the amount of interest they charge, under plans announced by the regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority. It wants to cap the interest at 0.8% a day, which works out at £24 for every £100 borrowed over a month. What could the interest rate cap mean and when will it take effect?