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  • Kerrigan v Elevate Credit – an “unfair relationship”
    by Sara (Debt Camel) on August 13, 2020 at 11:54 am

    The judgment in the Kerrigan & others v Elevate Credit International Ltd was published on 5 August 2020. Elevate Credit International was a large UK payday lender, trading as Sunny. Kerrigan and the other eleven claimants were Sunny customers who had made affordability complaints to Sunny through a claims company. The claims company brought the The post Kerrigan v Elevate Credit – an “unfair relationship” appeared first on Debt Camel.

  • Debt news – 9 August 2020
    by Sara (Debt Camel) on August 9, 2020 at 5:09 pm

    Another busy week with a wide variety of articles. Tweet of the week The no of newly benefit capped households on #universalcredit rose by a massive 665% between Feb & May; at a time when the things people can do to escape the cap (get a job; move to a cheaper house) were basically impossible The post Debt news – 9 August 2020 appeared first on Debt Camel.

  • Barclaycard send letters saying they raised credit limits too high
    by Sara (Debt Camel) on August 4, 2020 at 2:59 pm

    In July 2020 Barclaycard sent out letters to some customers saying their credit limit may have been set too high. They say: We’ve recently reviewed the way we set some of our customers’ credit limits and can see that the limit we gave you previously may have been higher than it should have been at The post Barclaycard send letters saying they raised credit limits too high appeared first on Debt Camel.

  • QuickQuid goes into administration – what will happen
    by Sara (Debt Camel) on August 4, 2020 at 12:08 pm

    UPDATE – the Claims Portal  is now live. CashEuroNet (CEU), which owns the QuickQuid, Pounds To Pocket and On Stride brands, stopped giving loans and went into administration on 25 October 2019. I will be talking about QuickQuid (QQ) rather than CashEuroNet as it is the more familiar name. Everything here also applies to loans The post QuickQuid goes into administration – what will happen appeared first on Debt Camel.

  • Debt news – 2 August 2020
    by Sara (Debt Camel) on August 2, 2020 at 12:47 pm

    A bumper set of reading this week. My top picks have to be two from the FCA – the urgent call for inputs in the next week about Ongoing support for consumers affected by coronavirus: mortgages and consumer credit and the massive Guidance for firms on the fair treatment of vulnerable customers.  Tweet of the The post Debt news – 2 August 2020 appeared first on Debt Camel.

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  • Creating a 5-minute option trading strategy like a pro
    by themoneyshed on August 12, 2020 at 11:25 am

    Option trading has always been the favorite job of novice traders. They prefer to trade the options market as it allows them to take advantage of complicated market dynamics. They use the timing setup of the market and make a profit at the initial stage. As they gain more experience in the market, they start… Read More »Creating a 5-minute option trading strategy like a pro The post Creating a 5-minute option trading strategy like a pro appeared first on The Money Shed.

  • How The Construction Industry Is Changing And How To Stay On Board
    by themoneyshed on August 5, 2020 at 7:44 pm

    When we work in the real estate industry, we have a lot of responsibility. Whether it’s fixing things that go wrong, or whether it’s renovating, either way you need to know how best to budget and where you can potentially cut back the costs. It is good to look at labor cost calculation to see… Read More »How The Construction Industry Is Changing And How To Stay On Board The post How The Construction Industry Is Changing And How To Stay On Board appeared first on The Money Shed.

  • Are Big Brands Important to Local Economies?
    by themoneyshed on August 5, 2020 at 3:50 pm

    More and more nowadays, we’re seeing big brands popping up across the country and beyond.  Whether it’s an Apple store in Aberdeen, a Nando’s in Norwich, or an online casino operating all over Ireland, these brands are instantly recognised by locals and, it’s often said, pose a threat to smaller local businesses. But is that… Read More »Are Big Brands Important to Local Economies? The post Are Big Brands Important to Local Economies? appeared first on The Money Shed.

  • Great Tips to Save Money During the Pandemic
    by themoneyshed on August 5, 2020 at 2:38 pm

    Great Tips to Save Money During the Pandemic None of us could imagine how the world would change so suddenly and seemingly with no end in sight. We can hope that things may get better. Or we can make the best of the situation and at least try to save some money and have fun… Read More »Great Tips to Save Money During the Pandemic The post Great Tips to Save Money During the Pandemic appeared first on The Money Shed.

  • ETFs vs Index Funds: What’s the Difference?
    by themoneyshed on July 31, 2020 at 3:14 pm

    At first glance it can be difficult to see the difference between ETFs (exchange traded funds) and index funds which on the surface both invest in particular indexes. There are no investment strategies, no manual input and no straying from the tracking principles of each investment vehicle. However, when you begin to dig a little… Read More »ETFs vs Index Funds: What’s the Difference? The post ETFs vs Index Funds: What’s the Difference? appeared first on The Money Shed.

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