At Keep Me Posted we’ve known for some time that the move towards digital financial services can create new barriers for those
Responding to the Financial Inclusion Commission Report, which recommended that alternatives must remain available for those who cannot or choose not to manage their money online, Judith Do
Responding to the FCA report which found that s
- Trust and security are the top concerns that stop people who use the internet from banking online, a major behavioural study* commissioned by the Keep Me Posted campaign has revealed
I’ve only just got round to reading the final report from IpsosMORI and the BBC about the changing face of media literacy.
Living in the country, as I do, and being a member of the British Wool Marketing Board, which I am, I sympathise hugely with farmers who it seems are beset on all sides – supermarkets driving down
Keep Me Posted has responded to reports that applications for EU subsidies for farmers have fallen since the system for claiming moved online only in January this year. Here's our comment:
Keep Me Posted has welcomed the Financial Conduct Authority's new report on Consumer Vulnerability which outlines several of our own concerns, including the lower level of internet useage among old