Month: October 2014

Last chance to get 1/3 OFF Noddle Improve – must end Friday!

This October we’re pleased to offer Noddle Improve for just £20 (instead of the usual £30) for all Noddle users! That means you save 1/3 OFF 12 month access to your credit score, the factors that may be affecting it and tips on how to improve it. If you’re interested then you want to hurry because  there’s only a few […]

Spooky Financial Story: The Haunting Of The Bad Credit Ex!

It’s Halloween which means it’s time for ghosts and ghouls to come out and play. A time when we take it in turns to scare each other with pranks and to tell chilling stories around the campfire. Well, we don’t have a campfire but we do have some horrifying financial ghost stories. This one is […]

Spooky Financial Story: The Tale Of The Stolen Passport Zombie

It’s Halloween which means it’s time for ghosts and ghouls to come out and play. A time when we take it in turns to scare each other with pranks and to tell chilling stories around the campfire. Well, we don’t have a campfire but we do have some horrifying financial ghost stories. This one is […]

Section 75 and how it could save you £1,000’s

Consumer rights group Which? recently found that many financial providers are failing to fully explain what protection shoppers have when something goes wrong with a purchase made by credit card. Which? tested ten financial providers on their knowledge of credit card payment rights and found that not one of the providers consistently gave good advice. […]

3 things that witches can teach you about money.

Halloween isn’t all monsters, grim reapers and jelly snakes (though they are great). No, our friends at goHenry, the family banking tool that helps young people learn about money, have found some aspects of Halloween to be great inspiration for any young people aspiring to be money moguls. Take a read of their article below: […]

‘Don’t Be A Victim’ of cybercrime with Get Safe Online.

A new survey commissioned by Get Safe Online suggests that over half of Brits have been a victim of some form of online crime such as fraud or identity theft, with half of those people saying they had been left feeling “very” or “extremely” violated.  And yet, only a third of victims actually reported the […]

Sarah Pennells – The Financial News You Need To Know: 23 Oct 2014

Sarah Pennells is a personal finance journalist and the face behind SavvyWoman.co.uk. We think she does a great job at explaining financial subjects in a very clear and accessible manner. You can find her column below where she writes about the latest financial news, and helps you get more from your money. Stolen phone? Beware […]

Three quarters of Britons risking online safety warns Cyber Streetwise

A new survey from Cyber Streetwise has revealed the vast majority of people are not taking the necessary steps to protect their identity online, with 75 per cent[i] admitting they do not follow best practice to create complex passwords. New guidance from the government states the key to creating a strong password includes using three […]

Sarah Pennells: The financial news you need to know – October 2014

Welcome to Sarah Pennells’ personal finance column Sarah Pennells is a personal finance journalist and the face behind SavvyWoman.co.uk. We think she does a great job at explaining financial subjects in a very clear and accessible manner. You can find her column below where she writes about the latest financial news, and helps you get more from […]

Why is a good credit score important?

At Noddle we often get asked why it’s so important to have and maintain a good credit score. The answer is that these days, having a good credit score is incredibly important and can have a large and very real impact on your life in many ways. Your credit score is part of your financial […]