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Kim Hungerford: UK Banks could learn a thing or two from the Aussies

April 24, 2014

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I am from Australia and my partner Des from the UK tells me of the problems that deaf people have […]

Deaf News: Deaf people can now use sign language to get advice from the Financial Ombudsman

October 16, 2013

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Nine out of ten people say they have no complaints about their bank, insurer or finance firm.  In fact,  most […]

Jill Hipson: How Facebook helped me beat the bank

August 30, 2013

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On Friday 7th June 2013, I was sitting inside Barclays Bank’s local branch staring at my mobile phone.  It was […]

“You need to arrange your own interpreter.” The handwritten note that appears to show bank breaking its own policy

June 6, 2013

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In the Accessibility section of NatWest’s website, it says clearly that the company, which calls itself Britain’s ‘Helpful’ bank, has a policy […]

Deaf news in BSL from Remark: Bank refuses to serve Deaf woman | Pippa Middleton supports Mary Hare | Deaf students conference

March 12, 2013

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Click on the titles to go to Remark’s website, then click ‘BSL’ to watch the news in beautiful sign language! […]

Meet: Jill Hipson, the deafie who took on the banks

February 29, 2012

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Jill Hipson, who lives with her husband Chris in Berkhamsted in Herts, found herself at the centre of a double-page […]

Deaf news: ‘Banks face threat of massive payouts to deaf customers’ says The Times

February 21, 2012

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If, like many deafies, you’ve ever struggled to deal with your bank because they expect you to phone them to […]