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Payday loans, footballers and proc fees – The Mortgage Solutions Quiz

by: Mortgage Solutions
  • 30/01/2015
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Payday loans, footballers and proc fees – The Mortgage Solutions Quiz
Here's our news quiz to test your knowledge of the week's mortgage news. Were you paying attention?

What was the name of the payday loan website which was forced by the Advertising Standards Authority to remove its ad for short-term loans displayed in the run up to Christmas?

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A) Payday Pig
B) Rudolph’s Readies
C) Santa’s Saver 

 

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Correct answer: B) 

More than 100 footballers face financial ruin due to accusations from HM Revenue and Customs of what it has said is unpaid tax. What were the so-called tax avoidance schemes that the footballers were involved with?

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A) Film industry

B) Tobacco

C) Biotechnology

 

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Correct answer: A)

The High Court backed West Bromwich Building Society this week ruling that it was within its rights to increase the premium on a number of its tracker mortgages rates, despite there being no change in the Bank Base Rate. But what did West Brom increase rates to?

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A) 3.99%

B) 4.99%

C) 3.49%

 

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Correct answer: A)

Which UK region witnessed the biggest drop in house prices in December according to Land Registry figures?

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A) West

B) East Midlands

C) North West

 

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Correct answer: B)

Which lender increased its procuration fees for brokers this week?

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A) Clydesdale Bank

B) Leeds Building Society

C) Woolwich

 

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Correct answer: A) Clydesdale Bank

Congratulations you have completed The Mortgage Solutions Quiz! Have a great weekend.

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