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daes0707 says:
23 June 2019

Support a Planned Obselescence Law

I would like Which? to support the introduction of a Planned Obsolescence Law, similar to that introduced in France.
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daes0707 says:
23 June 2019

I would like Which?

to include some assessment of product life expectancy, repairability and sustainability in it’s reveiw process.
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Jen Harris says:
8 July 2019

A review on Laptop Projectors

I’m about to buy a laptop projector for our community group, we’ve fund raised for this and I don’t want to get it wrong!!
How about a review please? I’m so used to you guys holding my hand!
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David Hepworth says:
28 June 2019

Belated advice on PPI from Which

Why has Which sent out advice by e-mail just two months before the deadline. After years of being bombarded with hundreds of telephones calls and adverts. You are far too late to be helpful.
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Nick vincent says:
23 June 2019

Dead flowers outside supermarkets

Just only yesterday i was going to Lidl’s and once again there where dozens and dozens of dead and dieing plants outside in the sun and dried out.there must of been at least 80 english lavenders dead!
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Alison Wiles says:
14 July 2019

Antihistamine Price Variation

Why do antihistamines vary in price so much? I almost paid £6.29 for 30 one-a-day loratadine in Superdrug, when I usually pay £1.50 in Wilko. Prices range from 99p to £7.69 for the same product.
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Starbase1 says:
27 June 2019

Pension funds, how can I avoid exorbitant fees?

I’m looking to take my pension money out, (its a very high transfer value).
When I look at pension companies they all want several %, just to talk to me!
I’d love to hear if people have better ways,,,
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Nick vincent says:
23 June 2019

Dead plants at supermarkets

Once again outside Lidl’s dozens and dozens of dead and dieing plants due to lack of water.they dont have watering hose’s.just aloud to die and composted.
Stop it Lidl’s!
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Linda says:
18 June 2019

Reusable water bottles

Does anyone know of a drinking bottle that is screw top and does not leak.
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Dennis Keeling says:
7 June 2019

When querying my Mobile Phone bill with Plusnet – the representative wanted me to give him my full password over the phone.

I refused and said that we were constantly being warned about giving out our full password. When I asked to speak to a manager about this bad practice, I was told that he was unavailable to speak to me.
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Dennis Keeling says:
7 June 2019

I thought ‘Free Texts’ meant free texts.

But with Plusnet Mobile it doesn’t. On my latest bill I was charged for SMS and MMS messages although having an ‘unlimited text’ contract. When queering why I have been charged it was explained to me that any text I sent from my iPhone with Emojis, Pictures, or to Groups to non iPhone users would be charged @33p per text. iPhone with iMessage enables me to send these to other iPhone users free. Having been associated with the Software industry until I retired even I didn’t fully understand the difference of these different types of text messages. There should be a clear warning to customers about what is not included in ‘Free Texts’.
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PATRICK COOK says:
3 June 2019

Hearing Aids

There have been a lot of technological developments with hearing aids in recent years – and price increases but Which has not undertaken a study / survey since 2014 as far as I am aware.
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sachakins says:
31 May 2019

Mortgage deal semantics

Recent Which articles on Islamic Mortgages, Islamic ISA’s and savings.
Are these deals just playing semantics on interest rates. Can they really be included as fixed rate deals/offers etc.
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28 May 2019

Pausing Car Insurance

My DL has been revoked. I am still paying for Car Insurance and I have told I will lose my no claims etc if I cancel. Can I/should I be able to pause my car Insurance when my car is off the road.
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Ruth Hughson says:
27 May 2019

review on automatic lawnmowersl

On the latest “Which” magazine there is an update on lawnmowersl However it does not include a review on automatic lawnmowers e.g. Robomow. We are contemplating buying an automatic lawnmower.
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Anne says:
23 May 2019

TfL malpractice

All, any idea how to l tackle TfL malpractice and misguidance to a consumer during a phone sale of one of their products? I want to get them to compensate me for damage caused by misinformation. thank
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23 May 2019

We might need a bit more information on what happened Anne – would you be happy to share more of the story over in the consumer rights conversation: https://conversation.which.co.uk/shopping/consumer-rights-complaints-faulty-problems/ ?