The government must finally deliver on its promise to protect access to cash. Here’s how we’re keeping the pressure on and how you can get involved.
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Today we’re launching a new tool enabling people to send an email to their MP, asking them to push the government to support people who need access to cash.
Last month I, alongside thousands of you, called on the government to protect consumers from online scam advertising, one of the most common ways fraudsters target their victims online. Last night, it acted.
We were joined live by Which? campaigners Neena Bhati and Camilla Eason. They answered questions about our campaigns in the comments.
Paid-for advertising is one of the most popular ways fraudsters target their victims. If the UK is to be the safest place to be online, the Online Safety Bill must include paid-for scam ads.(more…)
Last year government passed legislation that enabled the national rollout of cashback without purchase, but is it enough to protect our access to cash?
Two Which? investigations have found fake reviews are still ripe on Facebook and an issue on Twitter. These platforms must take responsibility for their users’ safety.
Like most things in 2021, our campaigns experienced highs, lows and peaks of optimism for change. We’ve looked back at what we’ve achieved this year.
While responses from banks to our calls on bank branch closures represent a huge step forward, more needs to be done to secure the future of cash.
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.
We wrote jointly with Martin Lewis to Nadine Dorries, Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, about paid-for scam advertising. Here’s our letter in full.
New data from the Financial Ombudsman Service shows banks cannot be trusted to interpret the voluntary CRM code fairly or treat customers in the right way.
Major online platforms have access to some of the most sophisticated technology in the world, so why can’t they effectively protect people from harm when using their sites?(more…)
Five years since our super-complaint to the regulator highlighting the risk to consumers from authorised push payment (APP) scams, victims are still being let down.