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JaneLewis says:
15 May 2022

How long do wall mounted electric car charging points last? My second one is now no longer working

The wall mounted charging point was installed in 2016 and replaced as no longer working in 2019. This was not cheap. And now this second charging point is no longer working. Anyone else found this?
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Jane Lewis says:
15 May 2022

How long does a wall mounted domestic car charge point LAST?

One was installed in 2016, it stopped working in 2019, a second one was installed, not cheap. And guess what, 3 further years on, this second charge point has broken. Anyone else found the same?
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Anthony says:
14 May 2022

Unsubscribe option for catalogues etc by post

Email circulars from organizations have an unsubscribe link. Organizations that send catalogues etc by post should provide a way to stop them, e.g. an email address and a reference code.
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alfa says:
6 May 2022

Badly Designed Microwave and Oven Light Bulbs

Why don’t light bulbs last? Why can’t they be changed easily? Why are they at the back, top or behind side-walls. Why should we pay to change them? Isn’t it time manufacturers stopped ripping us off and gave us better light bulb design?
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alfa says:
6 May 2022

Increase Characters in ‘Share Your Idea'

200 characters is not enough to fully explain your idea. Please increase it to at least 400 characters.
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Matthew Moon says:
4 May 2022

Market collusion on mortgage Early Repayment Charges?

ERC are supposed to be a reasonable pre-estimate of costs that a lender suffers as a result of early termination. My lender has now stated that they compare their charges to their market peers…
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N. W. says:
4 May 2022

A detailed look at NEST’s pension fund options

NEST is using a combination of custom index funds and actively managed ones, with poor visibility into what goes into them. NEST is big. They also talk a lot about ESG. Do they hold up under scrutiny?
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JJ-WhichC says:
30 April 2022

Eco/reusable water filter cartridges

What experiences have you had with (eco) reusable water filter cartridges? Is Which? planning a report on their quality/use. I’m looking to make the change from disposables. Thanks
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Donnie Maclean says:
30 April 2022

woodworking DIY tool testing

I would like Which to consider testing DIY tools and equipment such as table saws, track saws, dust ventilation equipment for garages/sheds/workshops. All things woodworking connected.
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John Chadwick says:
28 April 2022

New Nationwide Credit Card

I feel scammed by Nationwide BS.
They have just changed the colour of their credit card that is identical to their debit card Confusing people in to withdrawing cash and charges for using their C.C.?
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Sue Way says:
26 April 2022

Landline supply change to fibre optics

As a Virgin package customer, including landline, I’ve just asked if monthly fee reduces after change from BT cable to use their existing Virgin router for supply. Apparently not! Shouldn’t it?
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Neil Bailey says:
24 April 2022

Which? exploiting customer loyalty.,

Charging loyal customers more for their subscriptions than new customers.
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GavinP says:
15 April 2022

Slow ISA transfers from Which Award-winner Vanguard..

I submitted a request to transfer my ISA from Vanguard to Interactive Investor on the 20th February, the funds were sold on the 2nd March and still waiting – is anyone else experiencing this please?
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Graham Jennings says:
15 April 2022

Cost of Lateral Flow Tests

It would be nice for Which to report on where to buy good quality and reasonably priced Lateral Flow Test Kits now we no longer can get them for free.
With Covid you need to test every 2-3 days
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Angela says:
14 April 2022

Thermal window coverings

Hi.. I am buying some double glazing for a victorian house but can’t afford to do the whole house. With bills going up.. any recommendations. Nothing on Which!
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Jon Pierson says:
6 April 2022

OLED Panels should be “Don’t Buy”.

Many cases of dreadful, burnt-in “banding”, after months or even weeks. My LG OLED55B7V is less than 48 months, and is ruined by horizontal bars. The complainants on LG’s web are told “it’s normal”.
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sachakins says:
2 April 2022

Energy suppliers failing to read smart meters

Sounds weird, now the energy cap has risen I checked my usage. Have smart meters, but British Gas has no readings since Feb 14th. Can I demand they come and take a reading? NOT SO SMART METERS
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David C says:
1 April 2022

Saving electricity when making a hot drink

Is it cheaper to use a microwave to heat one or two mugs of instant coffee or tea than to boil the same amount of water in a kettle?
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Matt says:
30 March 2022

Getting appliances repaired when the engineer cannot park outside the property

My Cambridge house has a £900 Bosch dryer. I contacted Bosch for a service visit and their engineer refuses to attend because of parking restrictions. Am i supposed to bin the dryer? Not sustainable?
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brat 673 says:
28 March 2022

Standing charges on Gas and electricity

Isn’t it about time with rising prices for power that Which should talk to Ofgem about Standing charges. What they consist of and why? Why are we paying for metering? A shopkeeper pays for his scales?
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michaelwh says:
25 March 2022

Serious health issue

my wife of almost 50 years is likely to survive me I want to make her life easier when I go. Most utilities name me account holder. we prefer it be her. Is there a simple way to arrange this please?
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