We’ve found that Amazon and eBay are still failing to get to grips with blatant coronavirus price-gouging. We’re now calling for urgent government action.
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An automated scam call is impersonating Amazon Prime, telling victims their subscription will be ‘renewed’ for £39.99. Here’s what you need to watch out for.
We’re on the hunt for fake reviews, but we need your help. Have you experienced a product or service that just hasn’t lived up to its online reviews?
Voice assistants such as Amazon Echos can be a godsend for people with reduced mobility. Here’s why I think we should embrace their benefits.
Does the ‘Amazon’s Choice’ badge make you more likely to buy a product on Amazon? We’ve found that the endorsement can be gamed by unscrupulous sellers.
This Boxing Day, Amazon will show every Premier League match live. There’s been a lot of fuss about it, but what’s in it for them? Is this the future?
Do voice assistants, such as Amazon Alexa and Apple’s Siri, make our lives easier, or do they add unneeded frustration? Our guest author Lady Janey investigates…
A member asked for our help when a fraudster hacked into their email and Amazon account, and racked up a £4k bill… (more…)
The non-food arm of Tesco’s online offering, Tesco Direct, will cease to exist from 9 July, but will you even notice that it’s gone? (more on Tesco Direct closure…)
Imagine walking in to a supermarket, picking up a sandwich for lunch and walking straight out again. No queuing up to pay at the tills. Welcome to checkout-free shopping, says our guest, Hannah Jolliffe. (more on checkout-free technology…)
This question might not be as straightforward as it appears. Customer loyalty is big business – but do the likes of Tesco and Amazon always deserve our devotion?
‘Sorry we missed you!’ Four words that never fail to sour the contented feeling of getting home from work – so disappointing. But is Amazon Key the safe alternative?
A leaked government email has revealed a strange suggestion to replace the European standards mark that indicates if a product is considered safe by the manufacturer. Instead, it suggests using Amazon reviews – what do you think of this idea?
We’d all like a washing machine that did the ironing or a vacuum cleaner that walked the dog. But do we really a need a music-playing smart hub, particularly when it adds so much to the price? (more on smart hubs…)