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Tag Archives: banking
I wish I’d stayed in bed. This should have happened yesterday and I could have joined in with Paula’s Monday Peeve. Following Hubby’s trip to A&E over the weekend, he tried to ring the doctor’s surgery this morning, knowing our … Continue reading
I’m a bit late with this I know, but it is all to do with a telephone scam that has reached the UK where people are being asked a simple question to which they reply ‘Yes’ and suddenly they are … Continue reading
The Bank of England reduced their interest rates to an all time low of 0.25% recently, and we have been waiting to see what impact this will have on us as Bank Account Holders. Two weeks ago, we received a … Continue reading
Some dreams can be so vivid, accurate and real, that when we awaken it takes a moment or two to get our bearings and come back to normality. Sometimes we don’t want to wake up and prefer to stay in … Continue reading
Hubby mentioned it and my mind went into overdrive. I wonder how you would react at the thought of……… A Cashless society. No physical money, at all.
Most of us have heard of the term ‘Credit Rating’. The way I understand it is that it is a means of ascertaining whether a borrower is a good risk to loan money to. The Economists out there will be … Continue reading
We had a call from Bro this morning congratulating us on moving into our new home. Except we hadn’t yet. Bro was hysterical on the other end of the line as he had forgotten the time difference, having read our … Continue reading
today is confusing, frustrating, and a bloody farce. We have been with our current bankers for almost 20 years, and have never had a problem. That was until we sold our house, and were unable to give a permanent forwarding … Continue reading