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'The bank of Martin Lewis?' blog discussion
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This is the discussion to link on the back of Martin's blog. Please read the blog first, as this discussion follows it.
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And once we do that we will look for a government/opposition/MP who is interested in people not politics. ....................yeah right
banks are plc's, so they have publicly traded shares, all you need to buy is 1 share to have a vote
building societies are owned by their members, again, 1 member is 1 vote
I thought banks said that they didn't make money from current accounts overall, but made their money by gambling in the markets?
And the co I work for banks with the Co-Op - no charges (unusual for a business account) and an ethical policy. I might look at moving my personal account.....
I'm sick of all this !!!!. Britain has been found to be the most corrupt country in the world... FACT! MP's are on the take, Law Lords are on the take, Bankers can do whatever they like, Supermarkets are way too powerful.. Let's all jump ship I say and move abroad, i hate hearing about people being ripped off every day. I am completely losing faith in mankind, people with power and influence seem to just look after their own best interests and not the people who put them where they are. We need a revolution to show these people who's boss, it's the only way things in this country are gonna changeburn down the government and let's have sovereign rule again!
Offering the best savings rate (3.4%) and the best loan rate (5.9%) doesn't leave much spread to pay staff, heat, lighting, national insurance, taxes, rates etc.
There would then be no charges to prop up the service, whether from customers or unauthorised overdrafters...