Credit Strategy interviewed Terry Franklin, Director of Collections Consulting, Experian, in the lead up to the DBC for Collections
Research by Citizens Advice has found that nearly 1 in 5 people struggling with debts have had their credit card limit raised without them requesting it, a practice the charity would like to see banned.
Credit Strategy interviewed Jake Beavan, Policy Manager, Citizens Advice, in the lead up to the DBC for Collections
Credit Strategy interviewed Chris Fitch, Vulnerability Lead, Money Advice Trust, in the lead up to the DBC for Collections.
A majority of British consumers are concerned about sharing account data with third parties under the revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2), according to new research.
The first event of Credit Week saw the launch of the Digital Banking Club (DBC) for Collections Debate, in which experts discussed the extent to which digital technology will disrupt the collections industry.
For businesses, debt collection creates its own difficulties. Ensuring that bills are paid on time and in full requires a long-term relationship with customers.
Money may make the world go around, but for many Brits it’s making their heads spin.
Hundreds of donations have been made to a food bank by Lincoln students during this year’s National Student Volunteer week.
According to a recent survey, three-quarters of university students who receive a maintenance loan feel stressed about the amount of debt they accumulate while studying.