Monday, 12 October 2009

Transact members again vote rate ceilings as a priority for action

Transact members have again registered their support for interest rate ceilings to be introduced into the U.K as a matter of urgency. Over 40% of all members voting in the last survey put interest rate ceilings in their top three priorities. Only securing a universal right to basic banking (57%), expanding credit unions (52%), and a national roll-out of money guidance (45%) scored higher.

Transact has 1500 members, of which 265 completed the survey. This indicates that we have the support of at least 108 consumer agencies in the UK for our campaign on rate caps.

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