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How many of you spend the time to trawl through the terms of your insurance policy, checking what’s covered and what’s not? Have you ever considered the small difference that could play with your premium price?
A recent survey of 8,815 Which? members found that 30% of them pay a fee for their current/packaged bank account, with the majority believing they get a good deal. But is it really worth paying a fee for these accounts?
Which? recently carried out some new research looking at financial products and product options aimed at the over-50s. But once again our research results suggest these products might not be your best bet.
Did you know if someone damages your car, your premium could rise too?
Boiler cover typically provides peace of mind to those who want to get quick, reliable service in the event of an emergency – but it can come at a cost.
Car insurance is a grudge purchase for many of us and sadly it’s not a cheap one. To further increase the burden, the cost of car insurance continues to creep up, but why?
(more about car insurance costs…)
You’ve been sharing your stories of the everyday fees that really wind you up, from contract termination charges to the cost of updating your address…
(more about surprise fees…)
Why should you have to pay to print your theatre tickets at home or to leave a mortgage that has ended? These are just some of the charges we think should be banned. (more…)
Is it fair for insurance companies to penalise cancer sufferers with eye-watering premiums, even when the customer is declared cancer-free? Which? member, Debbie Neal shares her story.
(more on travel insurance)
Do relentless nuisance calls, litter louts or being kept on hold get you seeing red? All of these feature in a list of the top irritations of modern life. Can you identify with any of them?
Here’s Tom Jones of Thompsons Solicitors on whether increasing the small claims limit for personal injury claims from £1,000 to £5,000 is really in the interests of consumers.
I don’t keep a diary, but if I did then the pages of the past month would have been littered with tales of everyday consumerism – good, bad and ugly. I’m sure you’ll recognise some familiar themes…
Do you know how your insurance is calculated, or why the price can change? Research by Co-op Insurance has revealed that most of us don’t, so James Hillon of Co-op Insurance explains what they’re doing to end the confusion.