A new survey has found that almost half of people think that their personal finance advice is not accurate.

In a series of interviews, more than 400 people across England and Wales said that their financial advice did not always give them enough information, often leading them to make decisions based on inaccurate information.

The survey by Money Advice, conducted by Ipsos MORI, also found that a quarter of people thought they had been misled by their financial advisers, and one in five had had a negative experience.

What’s more, the majority of respondents said they had stopped taking their loans after hearing from their bank about the survey results.

This is despite the fact that, according to the Financial Conduct Authority, more people than ever are using personal finance apps such as Paypal, Google Wallet and Square, which allow them to access information on their loan applications.

The Financial Conduct Agency has called for personal finance services to be more transparent, but the majority still do not have the same level of transparency as those of banks.

‘Not a huge amount of information’ Many of the respondents surveyed said they felt that their advice was not accurate, and that they often relied on the advice of a financial professional who did not have a degree.

One in five said that when they needed to make a decision about a loan, their personal financial advisor had failed to provide information they needed, and another quarter said they did not know what they needed.

“It’s really a big gap between the people who are doing the right thing, and the people making decisions,” said Rachel Knecht, director of the Financial Advice Service at the National Consumer Council, a group representing consumers.

“I think a lot of the people that are being advised to take out a loan and get a loan that they can’t afford to pay back are not going to get the benefit of the advice, they’re not going see the value in it.”

Ms Knebents survey also found one in six respondents believed they were not informed about the impact of the financial crash on their finances.

While many respondents were not affected by the crash, they were still concerned about the effect the economy has had on their income and spending.

What to do if you have a loan question The Financial Advice service can help with your loan enquiry, including providing you with the information you need to make an informed decision.

It can also help you with your application for a loan.

If you’ve received a loan offer, you can use the information provided by the financial advisor to make your decision.

You can also talk to your lender about your loan.

“People have to understand that the amount of advice they’re getting is not necessarily the information that’s actually relevant,” said Ms Kannecht.

You can find out more about how to find out about a financial loan from the Financial Aid Society’s advice and support website. “

So people should be very careful in how they use the advice and what they’re giving and why they’re doing it.”

You can find out more about how to find out about a financial loan from the Financial Aid Society’s advice and support website.

What you can do if your loan has been delayed What to say If your loan was delayed, ask about your options for getting a new loan and find out how to deal with any issues that might be holding you back.

It’s important that you are prepared to discuss the delay with your lender.

You should also contact your bank and ask for a letter of credit (loan cancellation letter) or personal loan cancellation notice (purchase order).

If you have to contact your lender again, you should keep that letter of approval.

If the lender has already taken your loan back, the lender may have stopped offering loans to you or your mortgage is being extended.

The lender should make a note of this in the form of a personal loan or a purchase order.

You may be able to get a refund from your lender if you don’t pay your loan interest or penalty on time, but this is more likely to happen if the loan was due within the last six months.

If your lender has delayed your loan, ask them if they are still offering you a loan as a result.

This may help you get a new mortgage or a loan extension.

You will need to contact the lender to get more information, such as if they have a payment plan or if you need help getting a mortgage extension.

The National Consumer Counseling Service has a range of consumer advice and advice on consumer rights.

This guide is not intended to give advice about your financial circumstances or the law.

What should I do if I have a debt or loan problem?

Some of the questions below should help you to understand what your legal rights and responsibilities are if you’ve had a problem with your financial situation.

The Consumer Credit Code: Debt or loan problems that need to be resolved are called debts or loan troubles.

You don’t need