Today Which? is submitting our report to the Lending Standards Board, sharing the experiences of consumers who have lost out to authorised push payment (APP) scams.(more…)
Posts tagged with "consumer-rights"
More than half a million washing machines are affected by the latest Whirlpool recall. Check if yours is one of them, and find out what to do next.
We’ve been publishing key information around COVID-19. But in this unprecedented situation, you can help: what consumer issues matter most to you?
Troubled regional airline Flybe has gone into administration and has cancelled all its flights. Have your plans been affected?
Plenty of us have been caught out by a sales tactic at some point. Most recently, a number of you have told us how you’ve fallen for one used by Currys PC World… (more on currys set-up service…)
Last-minute negotiations to save Thomas Cook have ended in failure. Are you affected?
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) wants travel and holiday companies to ‘check in’ on their terms and conditions. Are customers being treated fairly?
After a Vodafone mistake, a member had to battle to get their phone and broadband reinstated. We explain how Which? Computing was able to step in and help.
The Government must protect rights and access to good quality and affordable products after Brexit. Our guest, Kelly Tolhurst MP, the Consumer Minister, sets out how this can happen.
Have you ever had a Parking Charge Notice (PCN) that you felt was unfair? Do you know how to challenge or appeal it? We’ve rounded up and answered your questions.
Following the publication of Lord Tyrie’s recommendations regarding the future role of the Competition and Markets Authority, which he chairs, I wrote to Secretary of State Greg Clark, to express Which?’s full support for the proposals.
Ever had a faulty product, missing parcel, dodgy second-hand car or delayed flight? Well, you have rights – but do you know what to do with them?
We helped a member to get their money back after they were forced to pay a hefty call-out charge to fix the problem…
Theresa May’s government published their Brexit White Paper last week – but what does it really mean? Our resident Brexit expert Jane Wallace sets our latest findings…