This report, prepared for the government by the National Consumer Council, examines money transmission, access to banking services, new technology, banking and the law, disputes between bank and customer, saving and borrowing. There are special sections on Northern Ireland and Scotland and on bank executor and trustee work a all from a consumer perspective. It is based on the findings of two surveys of consumer attitudes to banking services and evidence from the banks and building societies themselves.One major advantage is that people with bank accounts have at least the possibility of easier access to cheaper forms of ... We recognised, however, that a transition from weekly pay by cash to monthly pay by money transfer would cause anbsp;...
|Title||:||Banking Services and the Consumer (RLE: Banking & Finance)|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-05-31|