We want the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to be given new powers over ‘buy now, pay later’ companies. Here’s why we think regulation is needed.
Posts tagged with "shopping"
We received more than 1,700 complaints about Currys PC World through our faulty goods tool this year. Have you experienced problems with your order?
Imported fad? All hype? We’ve found that Black Friday isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. What do you think of the annual sales ‘event’?
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?
While supermarkets are equipped to carry on through lockdowns, things can be different for small businesses and local shops. How are yours coping?
Sainsbury’s has become the first major supermarket to stop selling fireworks, but do you agree with its decision? And will other supermarkets follow suit?
Alongside the perspex screens and hand sanitiser stations, major retailers are launching innovations to tempt us away from online shopping. Will they work?
Have you placed an order lately only to have a pair of fake Ray-Bans, a scarf, or just a very poor-quality product show up in its place?
Face coverings are now mandatory in shops in England – joining Scotland. Have you been wearing one, and what’s your experience been?
Many retailers announced extended COVID-19 returns policies, but are they being honoured? We want to know if you’ve been refused a refund.
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.