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A look toward switching banks to your advantage

By Richard Lloyd   February 2014

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Consumer trust in banks remains at rock bottom. Yet historically very few people switch between banks, even when the service they receive is poor. The launch of the seven-day switching guarantee in September last year has now made it easier for people to vote with their feet, though Which? has found there are still some teething problems that need to be ironed out.

With a quarter of people saying they think there is a current account on the market that better suits their needs than the one…

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