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Britain’s wealthiest denied credit

Britain’s high-net-worth individuals are routinely being turned down for credit cards, loans and mortgages, according to research.

Property curse of the 1980s is alive and well as 2.5 million buyers say they have been gazumped

Londoners are the most ruthless property buyers in the country with three times as many people saying they have fallen victim to gazumping.

Even the rich can be refused credit by the banks: Up to a million higher-rate taxpayers told ‘computer says no’

Up to a million higher-rate tax payers could have been turned away by high street banks because of a bad credit score, according to a new survey.

More than a million London housebuyers have been gazumped by rival bidders

Fifteen per cent of adults in the city have lost out on a property purchase to a rival buyer at the very last minute