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The Competition & Markets Authority’s Consumer Director, Jen Dinmore, explains how the CMA is raising awareness of ‘sneaky’ online sales tactics.
Fraudsters can use stolen personal details to open credit accounts with a retailer, then intercept the delivery. Here’s how it works and what to do if you’re affected.
Andy Murray isn’t endorsing CBD gummies – if you’ve seen his image next to an advert for them ignore or report it. Here’s how we helped a victim get her money back.
With Christmas fast approaching, millions will enter the lottery of unsafe products sold through online marketplaces. Here’s why consumers deserve better.
The risk of consumers being exposed to unsafe products on online marketplaces has elevated. Our guest, Consumers International, explains its guidelines for online product safety.
We’re calling on the government to protect consumers who purchase from online marketplaces. Our guest, Electrical Safety First, explains more.
Love it or hate it, Black Friday is here once again. But while we know the deals aren’t always what they’re cracked up to be, is it really an event to be avoided at all costs? Here’s how we approach it.
Millions of shoppers have fallen in love with using ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ (BNPL) schemes, but what happens if something goes wrong?
A Which? Money member contacted us when Amazon Prime deliveries they didn’t order turned up on their doorstep. Do you know what a ‘brushing’ scam is? We explain the details.
Do you use Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) schemes when shopping online? Have you felt overwhelmed by the options at the checkout? We want to hear from you.
Fraudsters peddling health supplements are still using famous faces, such as Dragons’ Den’s Deborah Meaden, to lure victims. Here’s how they’re now using fake courier websites.
Have you got a gift card you’re waiting to use? Are you worried about it expiring or retailers going into administration? Here’s what you can do.
A new twist on an old scam has emerged, in which fraudsters are using the pandemic as the perfect excuse to trick people into buying them Amazon gift cards.