Here’s what’s coming up this week: 5 July 2021.
Welcome to the first of our series of weekly roundups!
Each week we’ll recap the week that was (starting next week) and the week that will be here on Which? Conversation, including key comments and contributions, your ideas, and what’s coming in the weeks to follow.
We’ll also aim to keep you updated in the comments on what’s new around Which?, including the latest consumer news, updated guides, and areas we’re looking to hear more of your experiences and opinions.
As this is our first roundup, here’s how these these will work:
- Comments on each roundup will only be open for that week (Monday – Sunday).
- We’ll close comments when the next roundup is posted, and signpost you to the latest conversation.
What’s happening this week
We hope you’ll join in our live scams Q&A on Thursday at 2pm. We’re welcoming Which? experts to the table to answer your questions about scams. Feel free to pop your questions in the comments, and drop by the comments on or after 2pm this Thursday to take part in the discussion.
Other discussions we’ll be starting this week:
- Monday: Do you know what to do in the event your data is compromised in a breach? Today’s topic, with thanks to Michael Tomlinson.
- Wednesday: Watch out for fake NHS emails and texts – with thanks to Lauren Merryweather.
This schedule may change, so we’ll do our best to keep you updated in the comments on this post.
Question of the week
Inspired by a conversation with the folks over at Which? Switch, this week’s question is about your utility bills:
We’d love to hear more about your preference. Do you feel you get a better deal with a package or by organising your bills separately? Is the convenience of having all your bills in one worth paying more for?
Let’s talk in the comments.
What’s going on for you this week?
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While there’s no set topic, we ask you keep the focus on the consumer issues you’re experiencing right now. If you’d like to start a topic less focused on consumer issues, please do so in the Lobby.
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12/7/2021 – Update
Thanks for taking part this week. We’ve turned off comments on this post, so let’s continue the conversation on this week’s post.