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Anne Caborn is a journalist and digital entrepreneur. Her first 'business' was selling daffodils to the neighbours in her street when she was 8 to raise money for charity.
She fights to keep hold of her hard-earned cash against all comers and punches above her weight when it comes to making sure she isn't ripped off.
Anne is co-founder of Make it and Mend it, an online sustainability ... Read more on Anne Caborn
Lindsay Cook has been a money martial arts expert for as long as she can remember. She bought her first home when she was just 22; having worked out it was cheaper than paying rent, and has not looked back since.
In the 90s she became the first woman Business Editor of The Times. From editorial she moved into management and discovered her ability to manage money (and spot when it wasn't being ... Read more on Lindsay Cook
"Money Fight Club reveal the secrets of saving money one punch at a time not from special offers, promotions or voucher codes but by knowing how to complain properly." - Jeff Randall, Sky TV
"Two militants in the martial arts of money have published their manifesto for extracting better value from energy companies, financial service providers and every other firm that seeks to charge more for less." - Ian Cowie, Sunday Times
"It's about knowing how to complain properly - which can be just as lucrative. I am already a big fan of the website which led to the creation of this book (moneyfightclub.com) If you are the kind of person who intends to complain when you get ripped off, but never quite gets around to it, the book has helpful templates for effective complaint emails and a very useful summary of different consumer laws. Having spent the last year resolving to complain more about poor service, I have to side with the authors - financial black belts Lindsay Cook and Anne Caborn - the fight really does pay off." - Claer Barrett, FT
The Sunday Times
Britain?s top personal finance columnist calls on readers to stand up for their rightsRead more
It was a pleasant surprise to be sent a new book, Money Fight Club, which promised to reveal the secrets of saving money ?one punch at a time?. This isn?t about special offers, promotions or voucher ...Read more
Lindsay Cook, co-author of Money Fight Club, was a studio guest on Jeff Randall LiveRead more
Mid Sussex Times
A Haywards Heath mother whose student son was mugged on a train has written a book based on her experiences after the event.
The Middy reported back in February 2009, that Rory Wilkinson was punched ...
We all know it's consumer blood that's spilt in the supermarket aisles in the grocery price wars, but we also need to be on our guard when confronted with financial products such as personal loans at ...Read more
THIS is the time of year when the nation starts belt tightening. A new book Money Fight Club gives tips to fight for the best for your finances
Muhammad Ali, one of Money Fight Club?s role models, ...
Mail on Sunday
It has become far harder to look after your money and find the best deals.
If you want to be a money fighter and win ? rather than be a money loser ? you need to glove up.
Money Fight Club author ...
The Soup Dragon Says
Money Fight Club by Anne Caborn & Lindsay Cook, a great new book available now for RRP £11.99. I love any way to save money, so when I saw this book I knew I just had to share it with you. It can be ...Read more
Brighton & Hove Independent
Two women, sick of the way banks, supermarkets, energy and other companies operate have written a book on how to fight back. In the book, titled Money Fight Club, ANNE CABORN, from Brighton, and ...Read more
MONEY is tight for most of us these days but sometimes we make things worse by needlessly throwing away cash.
Here are some of the most common ways you may be wasting money, and how to make it ...
Wealthy people fall for financial scam
Please do not take offence. You may be a consummate professional at work, but you are likely to be a bumbling amateur at home. We train for work but we assume ...
The dangers of contactless credit cards: Can you monitor your spending with tap and pay technology?
By Lindsay Cook
We are moving relentlessly towards a paperless and cashless society. This is ...
The Financial Times
Retirement is not what it used to be... Now, with UK life expectancy at 79 for men and 83 for women, there are no limits. We can work for as long as we like — and many of us want to do so.
A boardroom role is valuable for executives approaching retirement
... They should never forget that it is their job to hold the board to account. Lindsay Cook is co-founder of consumer website ...