Half of carers ‘at risk’ by being trusted with someone’s PIN

30 November 2016

 

Over half of Britain’s 7 million unpaid carers know the bank card PINs of the person they are looking after, a study has revealed, as banks come under pressure to give them “limited powers of attorney”.

Research has revealed for the first time the extent of the dilemma facing carers and family members, as well as the huge potential for financial harm caused by their lack of rights provided by the current banking system.

 

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