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.
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The warning lights continue to flash for the future of cash. Here’s why the government cannot afford to ignore them.
We’re keen to hear which areas of consumer detriment are a key concern for you: what do you think Which? should be campaigning on?
We’re on the hunt for fake reviews, but we need your help. Have you ever been offered an incentive in return for a positive review or to change a negative one?
We’re calling on the Payment Systems Regulator (PSR) to introduce new transparency requirements on banks so that customers can see exactly how they treat and reimburse victims of APP scams.
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.
Ryanair’s long overdue court date reminds us how necessary new powers for the aviation regulator will be. Passengers need a regulator they can rely on to stand up for their rights.
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?
Passengers are owed billions from airlines and holiday companies for trips cancelled due to coronavirus. Companies must obey the law and refund you.
Ofcom has announced that, from December 2021, mobile phone providers will no longer be able to sell phones locked to their network
Our campaign has pushed for major recalls, strengthening the regulatory system and identifying new challenges for four years. Here’s what we’ve achieved and where we’re heading.
Today Which? is submitting our report to the Lending Standards Board, sharing the experiences of consumers who have lost out to authorised push payment (APP) scams.(more…)
Exploitative sellers are profiting from the coronavirus crisis by hiking the prices of essential items. Enough is enough – it has to be stopped.
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.