We’re looking into online retailers that penalise shoppers for reporting missing or failed deliveries. Has it ever happened to you?
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Shoppers are psychologically hardwired into expecting packaging that makes no sense. It’s time for us to think outside the box. Do you agree?
Currys isn’t offering you a £500 voucher or a free Dyson V11 to ‘reward your feedback’. Here’s what the fake emails look like.
In our latest opinion column, Faye Lipson says shoppers at Tesco are faced with a choice: hand over your data or face higher prices. How do you feel?
Footwear has taken a stride to a more sustainable approach in recent years – have you seen ‘vegan’ shoes advertised? Do you know what the term means?
Emails promising Primark gift card ‘rewards’ have been circulating, but they’re fake and absolutely nothing to do with the retailer. Here’s what they look like.
Ever ended up consigning a product to the bin because it’s given up the ghost after no time at all? We want to hear about your experiences.
With price increases and shortages becoming more frequent, we want to make sure we’re addressing the right questions. What are you most concerned about?
With a steady stream of warnings of shortages this festive season, we want to know – have you started your Christmas shopping yet?
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.
The On-Pack Recycling Label (OPRL) is calling for clear and consistent mandatory labelling on packaging. Our guest explains why OPRL believes correct labelling is essential.
With gyms, pubs, and restaurants able to reopen in England, are you returning to your local shops? Or are you sticking with shopping from home?
We were live on 16 July 2021 with Which? expert Marianne Calnan answering your questions about supermarkets. Check the comments for he responses.
Are trainers that have been resold, donated or recycled a step in the right direction for sustainability? The initiative could be coming to the UK soon.