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Ian Alcock says:
5 February 2018

Own brands

As you go though Which there are many own brands, but most do not acualy make anything, could you tell who the manufacturer is? ie, John Lewis ovens are Electrolux.
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JohnHart says:
2 February 2018

Courtesy at Supermarket Checkouts

Some Supermarkets – Aldi for example – try to rush you thru checkout with no courtesy from staff. Compare to ‘Big 4’ – usually courteous and no rush. Trade lower prices for added stress?
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Bobbie Jacobson says:
6 January 2018

Green energy providers

About time Which included %green energy supply in their assessment of energy providers. time is running out for the planet. Price isn’t everything.
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22 January 2018

Which? does provide some information for each supplier, though it’s well down the page. I agree that price isn’t everything and many of us could help by cutting down our energy use.

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Peter Golding says:
29 December 2017

Challenging the negative attitude of DWP staff toward claimants

Anyone who knows anyone who has dealings with the DWP will tell you how they have a deplorable attitude toward claimants not only the unemployed but also those claiming disablement or sickness.
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29 December 2017

About Loans and exorbitant apr

I have recently requested Which to look into the companies that offer cheap loans
with such overpriced APRs.
And the TV companies that advertise them. with only the poor being ripped off.
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Steven says:
23 February 2018

Finished with finish detergent

After continued problems with detergent residue left on my dish washed kitchen equipment.
Problems solved by using Fairy Original apparently Finish changed recently and many have this problem,
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Robert Joy says:
22 February 2018

It would be a good idea to have more information on 8mph mobility scooters including best buys. Having problems with official distance and.actual distance achieved with my own scooter.

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JanetS says:
21 February 2018

Plastic in disposable nappies

Does anyone know how much of a disposable nappy is recyclable, especially the plastic? My neighbours’ bins seem to overflow with the
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21 February 2018

Hi Janet,

You can find out advice on nappies here: https://www.which.co.uk/reviews/nappies/article/guides

We’ve not yet looked into the use of plastics in nappies, but it’s definitely something we could look at in the future.

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20 February 2018

BT & Virign Media using your hub as hotspot for other customers

BT say this does not affect your broadband “as wi-fi bandwidth is shared through a separate channel”. For many customers the bandwidth is limited by the ADSL/VDSL broadband, not the wi-fi connection.
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19 February 2018

This may have been discussed before. I’m looking for advice on how to keep passwords and pins safe.

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16 February 2018

disgraceful washing up liquid review in the most recent magazine

totally unbalanced editorial suggesting eco brands dont clean but no mention of damage done by chemicals in “super” brands
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13 February 2018

Replacing NHS hearing aids

What right is there to replacement hearing aids on the NHS for reason of advancing technology alone ? Mine are 5 years old, function well but technologically superior products are now available.
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Susan Friend says:
1 February 2018

Developers selling Freehold properties which are “fake” freeholds.

Freehold properties that are like Leaseholds whereby owners have to pay for the upkeep of roads/gardens etc. There is no redress in law to challenge such charges which can rise adhoc. Fleecehold!
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1 February 2018

Hi Susan, we are continuing to look into leaseholds and welcome people sharing their story. If you would like to get in touch with your story then you can email us at money-letters@which.co.uk

We also have this handy guide which analyses the difference between leasehold and freehold: https://www.which.co.uk/money/mortgages-and-property/first-time-buyers/guides/buying-a-home/leasehold-vs-freehold

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KR says:
26 January 2018

Home Security

Feb Issue P8 mentions Texecom it has a flaw they have not fixed if you have a older samsung mob it sometimes loses connection. Anyone else found this?
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26 January 2018

Hi KR,

You might want to repost this on The Lobby (https://conversation.which.co.uk/travel-leisure/the-lobby/), where our regulars may be able to help you.

Thanks

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pangani says:
19 January 2018

Online share dealing platform transfers

I’ve transferred my share ISA and dealing accounts between providers recently. I have found the process difficult with it taking in excess of 3 months to complete. Have others faced problems?
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daviddb says:
18 January 2018

Grey areas in the terms and conditions we all just click on

Feb 18 mag praises Bitdefender. A cursory look at the t&c seems to say that unless I tell them 30 days before subscription expiry then renewal is automatic subject to the laws of Romania. Harsh?
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Linda says:
15 January 2018

Food Dehydrators

With all the encouragment to ‘grow your own’ are Food Dehydrators any good? Can I use them for everything – all herbs,oranges,tomatoes all fruit? and what about vegetables? What is the shelf life?
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Vixi says:
11 January 2018

Simplifying the provision of Which Info

Put latest info first in the lists of articles/comments…. Very relevant to oft changing subjects like energy offers.
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Duncan says:
6 January 2018

Water softeners

Probably more relevant for the hard water areas in the uk the Chalk lowlands of the south east suffer the most from hard water
Have a WICKS water softener inherited from my perants and I’m not happy
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2 January 2018

Revolut – is this a new way in its infancy or a new scam developing?|

Revolut theoretically allows the cheap transfer of money to countries worldwide. Revolut seems incredibly dodgy and badly designed – is it properly regulated?
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Rach10876 says:
30 December 2017

Tv Licensing

I think they should abolish the tv license or put it in with your subscription somehow but much cheaper.
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D Hills says:
30 December 2017

No one can help me over a missold pension

I was missold a pension and because the AA has gone out for business no one can help me because the AA was not in a scheme that covers this sort of problem. After contributing for many years I get £25
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14 January 2018

Perhaps it would be worth contacting the Financial Ombudsman, which deals with complaints.

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Charlotte Adair says:
27 December 2017

Apple Pencil and alternatives

I’m thinking about purchasing an Apple Pencil for my iPad but at £99 it seems expensive when there appear to be cheaper alternatives. Any advice?
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