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malcolm r says:
7 November 2021

Sensible Christmas presents for 1, 2 and 3 year olds

Relatives and friends will buy presents for small children without any idea of what will be appropriate for and help their development. Expert recommendations would be very helpful from Which? .
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19 October 2021

ethical information in which reviews

now more people are shopping ethically It would be useful if Which reviews check & publish countries of manufacture, fair trade commitments, use of renewable/recycleable materials, repairability etc.
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13 October 2021

meaning of recycle symbols

Recycle symbols of a triangle made of arrows contain a number, e.g. 90, 22, 04 – what do these mean – can the items be recycled?
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mike says:
6 December 2021

Care for psychosis

Psychosis affects about 4 per 1000. Community mental health nurses 1/2 what they were 10 years ago. Many people with psychosis only get reviewed every 6 months, and have no care coordinator. Good!?
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brit says:
6 December 2021

LG tv’s

LG tv’s are not compatible with BT Sports yet Which continues to promote them as ‘Best Buys’.
Why?
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6 December 2021

The Smart TV features only form 10% of the total score that go into a Which? Best Buy, so a TV could theoretically be named a Best Buy if it scores very highly in picture quality, sound, and other testing areas. More details on this in how Which? tests televisions: https://www.which.co.uk/reviews/televisions/article/how-we-test-televisions-aiIx08B88iPi.

It’d be worth getting involved in our discussion about missing Smart TV apps – while the app may not be available natively, it’s likely you could get it through a Roku, Chromecast, AppleTV, or other add on device. Not as convenient, but less expensive than buying a new TV.

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LotteW says:
6 December 2021

Online groceries receipts

There are now very few (perhaps only Morrison’s) who give a paper receipt when they deliver online groceries. This isn’t helpful to my parents whom I do online shopping for, who don’t use internet.
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6 December 2021

Thanks for this @lottew – we’ve picked this up over in This month in Conversation: https://conversation.which.co.uk/community/news/this-month-december-2021/#comment-1641749

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Jim Taylour says:
3 December 2021

Double glazing companies misleading customers and failing to do a good job.

How many people have been let down by poor quality installations by “approved installers ” of double galazing firms, with no recourse from either approved installer, manufacturer or by trade bodies?
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25 November 2021

Which? subscription special offers to new members

If Which? makes 50% off subscription offers to new subscribers, they should also automatically reduce the price to current members. I can’t get past member services adviser in trying to raise this.
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25 November 2021

Hi @papercontracts,

In principle we’d agree, however the newer membership packages within the offer aren’t necessarily like-for-like with the existing (legacy) membership packages. Simply changing everyone to the new package and price would cause people to have to pay extra for services that had been included in their earlier package (Which? Money Helpline is an example here). Depending on what membership package you’re on it may be possible to switch to the membership package on offer at the lower price, however it’d be worth a conversation with Member Services to understand what services you currently have, and how this would differ under the new structure.

Want to chat further about this? Feel free to jump into our conversation about Which? Membership.

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24 November 2021

shrinkflation example

We just came across a new one – Andrex Supreme Quilts toilet paper – was 4-ply but is now 3-ply
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24 November 2021

shrinkflation

I’m surprised there doesn’t seem to be much information on here tracking products that have shrunk etc and what manufacturers have said about it.
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17 November 2021

Energy Company Substitutions

What are the experiences of households that have been transferred to another energy company after their supplier ceased trading? Has the transition to the new supplier been smooth or bumpy?
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17 November 2021

Welcome to Which? Conversation Michael! You may want to check out the discussions on people waiting for refunds from defunct suppliers: https://conversation.which.co.uk/home-energy/energy-company-ceased-trading-refund/. This covers a bit of what you’re looking for already.

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Tony Leather says:
16 November 2021

Money back referral schemes

I re-joined Virgin Media is summer and referred my parents. I found Virgin Media’s referral scheme quite hard & time consuming (via Aklamio). Surely, we need regs to make this easier?
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Tim Baker says:
7 November 2021

Do you often think Which chose items to test that are over priced

For example just bought a new coffee machine and none of the cheaper drip ones were reviewed.
How about Argos Asda and Tesco products with real tests. Time to brew 4 mugs. Temperature of coffee.
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Stuart Ballinger says:
7 November 2021

Mobile Contract Price Walking

Most mobile phone networks have recently introduced annual price rises of 3.9% + RPI/CPI. This is price walking which punishes customer loyalty/apathy and does not apply to new customer pricing.
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4 November 2021

Cost of takiing pets to Europe post Brexit

The £180 (RCV) cost of the Animal Health Certificate appears to be an example of blatant profiteering given that the information required would appear to be part of vertinary record.
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Greycynic says:
2 November 2021

Malware alerts

Received a fake email claiming I have made a $2000 odd card transaction. The attached Excel file will probably download malware if opened. Are others aware of this danger?
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henry says:
31 October 2021

Why doesn’t Which reviews digital data transfer and storage devices?

Which review portable battery chargers for mobile phones and should also review portable digital data transfer/storage devices, e.g. to download photos from mobile phones. Why doesn’t it do this?
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30 October 2021

Second hand sales websites

I have never sold any goods on second hand websites. I was surprised by the poor rating of the services and the multitude of negative reviews, of warnings, of scams. I would appreciate guidance. Thx
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29 October 2021

Add a ‘Share’ tab

It is not easy to spread the word about these scams. Adding a Share facility would enable us to pass the infoore easily, particularly to younger people who probably don’t sign up to these warnings. Wh
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GfourB says:
28 October 2021

airport Covid Travel Insurance Checks

My partner was not allowed to proceed at the airport yesterday because her insurance did not specify that it covered Covid. It did cover it but they forced her to pay £90 for another policy.
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chris hunter says:
25 October 2021

family tree websites

what about a search on family tree websites. i would like to know the best one before joining.
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SaracensB says:
20 October 2021

O2 5g on Oneplus 5g Phones

Which? have many Oneplus phones as Best Buys. However, there is no mention of the inability to use O2 5g on Oneplus 5g phones. Search for “O2 5g on Oneplus”. Can Which? help?
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22 October 2021

I’ve flagged this up to our Tech editors, and will report back when I’ve got more info for you @saracensb

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Will Gale says:
18 October 2021

Are electricity companies cashing in on the energy crisis?

I can’t see why the shortage of gas should affect the cost of renewable electricity. My invitation to renew shows an increase of 115% (fixed tariff) or 62% (variable).
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Ralf says:
14 October 2021

Landline call cost reduction

The cost of prediallers for international calls from a lanline – I pay 0.5p/min – is much lower than UK landline to UK landline calls. Are there prediallers or similar services. Does anyone use these?
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Sylvia says:
12 October 2021

Problem contacts.

Can Which help where other organisations cannot? I have had to apologise to an organisation that had at least acknowledged my complaint, simply because it isn’t in its remit. All comments appreciated
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