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NatWest is now allowing customers to establish their own daily digital bank transfer limits to reduce the impact caused by authorised push payment (APP) scams.
Months of setbacks seemed to have been too much for the banking app that was once hailed as NatWest’s Monzo killer, with Bó now announcing that it is closing down.
UK high street challenger bank Metro Bank has scaled back its expansion plans in the fallout of the accounting error that stripped £900m off from its value.
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) Group has changed its name to NatWest Group and named Mettle CEO Marieke Flament as the new leader of Bó.
The Royal Bank of Scotland’s (RBS) banking app Bó has suffered yet another setback after it had to send out new cards to 6,000 customers as their old ones were non-compliant with the EU’s strong customer authentication (SCA) rules.
After ending 2019 with being accused of posting fake reviews, Bó is now tapping into influencers’ network to create a buzz.
Digital bank Monzo has announced that it will make it more costly for people with low credit scores to pay for their overdraft.
Online banking app Bó was launched on November 27. Now a string of five-star reviews posted months ago has been spotted. Some expect foul play.