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“Two militants in the martial arts of money publish their manifesto for extracting better value from energy companies, financial service providers and every other firm that seeks to charge more for less. Anne Caborn and Lindsay Cook argue, in their book, Money Fight Club, that complacency costs cash.”

Ian Cowie
Ian CowieSunday Times, Jan 19, 2014

“It was a pleasant surprise to be sent a new book, Money Fight Club, which promised to reveal the secrets of saving money ‘one punch at a time’. This isn’t about special offers, promotions or voucher codes. It’s about knowing how to complain properly – which can be just as lucrative. Having spent the last year resolving to complain more about poor service, I have to side with the authors – financial black belts Lindsay Cook and Anne Caborn – the fight really does pay off.”

Claer Barrett
Claer BarrettFinancial Times, Jan 20, 2014

“Money Fight Club reveals the secrets of saving money one punch at a time not from special offers, promotions or voucher codes but by knowing how to complain properly.”

Jeff Randall
Jeff RandallSky TV, Jan 21, 2014

“Lindsay, a former Business Editor at the Times, was so incensed that she decided to write a book with colleague Anne Caborn to help people fight back against the insurance companies, banks and utility companies, with useful tips and advice on how to save money and save energy.”

Mid Sussex TimesJan 23, 2014

Put Money Fight Club in your corner

In the boxing ring you beat your opponent with a combination of fancy footwork and deadly punches. A champion fighter is fit, fast and unafraid.

It’s exactly the same on the high street.

To be a Money Fighter you need to pack a punch. To do this you need to know your rights and not be afraid to use them.

And you need to understand the downright dubious techniques used by your opponents – your bank, your building society, supermarkets, insurers, energy suppliers, your mobile phone network, the company that supplies your broadband…

The Money Fight Club book is packed with everything you need to become a lean, mean, financial fighting machine.

We’re not just talking about how to save and budget, but revolutionising the way to think about and deal with money.

This website can help, but without the book you’re punching with one hand tied behind your back.

1. Our Resource section is full of free tools to help you do battle and win.

We’ve got templates you can download and use for a whole range financial challenges, such as complaining about faulty goods and services or dealing with banking errors. Plus some great budget planners. Help yourself!

2. Find out how financially fit you are.

Test your current financial fitness in using our punchy little quiz section. It will help you gauge your current money fighter skills and suggest where you should focus your future financial training.

>3. Email and tell us how you’re winning the war on the high street and alert fellow fighters about dodgy deals.

Have you come across some sneaky new trick being used by the financial industry or a three for the price of two supermarket multibuy that actually works out MORE EXPENSIVE?