The warning lights continue to flash for the future of cash. Here’s why the government cannot afford to ignore them.
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Ever spotted a mistake on your credit report? We’re looking to hear from anyone who’s noticed an error in the last few years.
Residents of a development of six buildings in east London are struggling to cope with escalating waking watch costs. Here, a leaseholder tells us their story.
We’re today hosting a follow-up summit to ensure cash remains a viable method of payment. We’re also launching our Cash Friendly Pledge – here’s how it works.
Have you bought an Apple, iPhone or Samsung phone since 1 October 2015? More than £480 million could be reimbursed to customers – here’s why.
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.
The financial impact of online scams is easy to see, but we don’t talk enough about how else this type of fraud affects us. How do scams impact your behaviour online?
New Which? insight has shown that thousands of people have been prevented from paying with cash in recent months. Have you been affected?
Some retailers extended gift cards that customers couldn’t spend during lockdown, but others weren’t so generous. Did you have one that expired?
Are you one of the married, divorced or widowed women affected by an underpaid state pension? Our Money Helpline has been taking an increasing number of calls on the issue.
Is this the perfect time to do some financial spring cleaning? Here’s why it’s always a good idea to check on accounts that the banks describe as ‘dormant’.
The coronavirus pandemic is expected to trigger a significantly deep recession. How could it affect your finances, and when might the economy recover?
With the pandemic continuing to take its toll, Lubaina Manji from Nesta Challenges discusses the impact of money worries on people’s mental health.
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.