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?
Posts tagged with "shopping"
We’ve been made aware of fake adverts for Clarks Shoes circulating on Facebook. Here’s what you need to keep an eye out for to avoid being scammed.
Now we’re seeing face coverings worn more widely, what’s your experience been like shopping for them? Have you been tempted to make your own instead?
We’re calling on the four UK governments to step up their efforts to support vulnerable households access food. Here’s why we want to see changes made.
Exploitative sellers are profiting from the coronavirus crisis by hiking the prices of essential items. Enough is enough – it has to be stopped.
Supermarkets have started lifting restrictions on certain products, but are there essentials and other items you’re still struggling to find?
We’ve found that Amazon and eBay are still failing to get to grips with blatant coronavirus price-gouging. We’re now calling for urgent government action.
Bite Back 2030 wants to achieve a world where all young people have the opportunity to be healthy. Our guest, Rebecca Morgan, explains more.
We’re all having to come to terms with our entire lives changing – who’s gone the extra mile to help you through it?
A website selling TVs and other tech in November’s Black Friday sales wasn’t as it seemed. Here’s what happened when it started demanding bank transfers.
Does shopping from a large online retailer mean it’s better equipped to deal with customer service issues? Our community member, Ian, shares a recent experience.
Plenty of us have been caught out by a sales tactic at some point. Most recently, a number of you have told us how you’ve fallen for one used by Currys PC World… (more on currys set-up service…)
I think the issue of palm oil is much more complex than simply cutting it out altogether. Instead, we need to work towards a sustainable solution. Do you agree?
The Sunflower Lanyard scheme helps make others aware of hidden disabilities. Do you think it should become mainstream? I really do, and this is why.