The Master Locksmiths Association is warning homeowners to be on their guard for rogue locksmiths ripping off consumers. Here it explains what to watch out for.
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We need electric car charging infrastructure to change before it’s too late. Following our recent investigation, Citizens Advice gives us its view.
The consumer movement has marked 15 March with World Consumer Rights Day every year since 1983. Our guest, Consumers International, looks back on this year’s event.
Derek may have ‘only’ lost £29.93 to a fake Clarks advert on Facebook, but all scams take their toll, and these numbers add up. Here, he describes his experience.
Citizens Advice continues to help people with a wide range of scams through the pandemic. Here, it joins us to spread awareness and explain more about its work.
In January, Which? member Sue thought she’d been invited to get the COVID-19 vaccine, only to realise just in time it was a fake text message. This is her story.
Did you know that it’s Hedgehog Street’s 10th birthday this year? Our guest explains how its campaign has progressed, and what you can do in your garden to help.
Would you consider changing your heating system to help reduce carbon emissions? Should more help be available to do so? Our guest discusses the issues.
In a time of great vulnerability for our health service, the NHS Counter Fraud Authority (NHSCFA) explains how it’s fighting fraud in the COVID landscape.
Are shoppers being lulled into buying products they’re keen to avoid? Humane Society International/UK (HSI) explains why it believes fake fur is being mis-sold.
Scams continue to evolve throughout the pandemic. Our guest, Adam Carter of the National Trading Standards scams team, explains how you can protect yourself.
You should always check that you’re calling official numbers when contacting businesses and organisations. Our guest, from the Phone-paid Services Authority, explains why.
Technology has been a vital link between families and their loves ones in care homes throughout the pandemic. Our guest explains how people are keeping in touch.
Are you affected by new rules for UK benefits that started on 1 January 2021? Our guest, the Department for Work and Pensions, explains what’s changed.