Make the most of your cash & avoid the scams

Double charging the poorest borrowers

October 19, 2016
  It’s always the same. It’s the poor what gets the…

Delays for new train fare compensation

October 13, 2016
News about the new  train fare compensation for  travellers…

Savings rates that make us poorer

October 11, 2016
The email pings into my laptop from an oh-so-helpful bank wanting…

Socially irresponsible loan ad banned

October 6, 2016
Fans of Grand Designs, the Channel 4 television programme, know…

Supermarket Christmas shopping tricks beware

October 4, 2016
Christmas is coming and the supermarkets want to fatten their…

Why energy companies leave me cold

October 3, 2016
Lit the stove last night. Winter is coming fast. So what do the…

MMoney Fight Club is all about becoming a lean, mean, financial fighting machine.

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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…

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“Money Fight Club have been appearing on my show since the early days of Share Radio and I now have the absolute pleasure of picking their brains every Tuesday. A firm favourite of mine and of the listeners, it’s not hard to understand why.”

Georgie FrostHeadlinemoney Financial Broadcast Journalist of the Year 2016

“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 that complacency costs cash.”

Ian CowieSunday Times, Jan 19, 2014

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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 RandallSky TV, Jan 21, 2014

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