As the pandemic rapidly accelerates the decline in cash use and acceptance, our guest, Paul Maynard MP, sets out why he thinks access to cash should be seen as a right.
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We’ve found that consumers who rely on cash are struggling to pay for essential products and services during the coronavirus pandemic. Have you been affected?
I wrote to the Chancellor as part of our week of action to save bank branches and ATMs across the country. Today, the government has acted. Cash will be protected.
If action isn’t taken, cash as we know it today could be gone in two years’ time. Join us in calling for the government to protect access in the upcoming budget.
The Link network today launched its ‘Request an ATM’ tool. As free cashpoints continue to disappear, its CEO, John Howells, explains more about the challenges faced.
Our Cash Summit brought together everyone who’s anyone in banking and finance. Now, we’re discussing what’s next for our Freedom to Pay campaign.
The way we bank and spend our money has changed at an unprecedented pace, but is society really ready to say goodbye to the bank branch?
We’ve identified a worrying trend of bank branch closures in Wales. As we give evidence to the Welsh Assembly for the first time, do you share our concerns?
As we host a major cash summit, drawing together industry giants and experts, the Economic Secretary to the Treasury explains how and why cash is being protected.
Pennies are everywhere in my house. At the bottom of my purse, rattling around money boxes and hiding in pockets. Would we miss them if they were gone?
We’re becoming more and more concerned about the challenges people are facing to access their cash free of charge. Have you been forced to pay for withdrawals?
Access to cash is especially important for people living outside of cities. Our guest author Stella Hurley describes what happened when her local ATM shut.
This week, we took our ‘Freedom to Pay. Our Way’ campaign directly to Westminster and shone a light on the problems people in Scotland face when accessing their everyday finances.
My husband isn’t convinced contactless payments are secure, so he’s still using the chip and pin function. But is he right to be concerned?