Passengers are owed billions from airlines and holiday companies for trips cancelled due to coronavirus. Companies must obey the law and refund you.
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Lockdown restrictions easing may see scammers looking for new ways to take advantage. Have you had a rogue trader knock on your door lately?
Are you working out your impact on the planet? Is it important for you to know your specific impact, or what you can do to change and improve? We want to hear what works for you.
Today, we’ve published our analysis of 1,500+ submissions to our price gouging reporting tool, and the results are concerning. Are you still spotting price gouging?
When it came to a spring clean this year, the coronavirus lockdown made things a little complicated. Have you been able to clear out any of your excess stuff?
Travel firms have failed to provide timely refunds to consumers as required by law. I’ve written to Kelly Tolhurst MP, the Minister for Aviation, to urge the government to intervene.
You may have spotted a coronavirus settings screen appearing on your phone over the weekend, but it isn’t an app, and it’s nothing to worry about. Here’s why.
With no solid plans in place for the reopening of movie theatres just yet, could films end up going direct to streaming? I had a chat with an enthusiast and blogger to get his take.
The coronavirus pandemic is expected to trigger a significantly deep recession. How could it affect your finances, and when might the economy recover?
The situation with travel refunds isn’t improving, so we’re now reporting companies that are openly breaking the law to the Civil Aviation Authority. Share your story.
With the pandemic continuing to take its toll, Lubaina Manji from Nesta Challenges discusses the impact of money worries on people’s mental health.
The Financial Conduct Authority thinks the pandemic shows why questions of vulnerability should concern us all. Our guest, Sheldon Mills, explains why.
The pandemic has seen a resurgence of home cooking and baking, but are you making the most of your food in a safe way? Our guest from the FSA explains more.
Have you ever opted to use a prepaid card to spend money overseas or for any other reason? The Which? Money Helpline would like to hear your experiences.