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John Thurgood says:
5 February 2016

Misleading sales offers

Currys offer up to £200 in exchange for your old iPad when buying a new one. My old one of the first models, but in 1st class condition. I was offered a farcical £24.
How many people get £200?
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Light In The Box R Scammers says:
6 February 2016

Beware of Online Retailer Light In The Box

Do not buy from ‘Light In The Box’ they don’ to allow you to return goods (at their cost) when you receive the wrong items & the website has ‘false’ information about products. Full details available
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L Williams says:
9 February 2016

Does anybody else want to see storage heaters being reviewed ?

I’m talking about the ones you see in the big adverts in all the newspapers. Are their claims accurate? Or are they too good to be true?
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JaneSP says:
9 February 2016

Is a 400% mark up fair and reasonable — leading alarm company claims it is

I would like to make contact with anyone who has had problems with Banham Security, who trade under a number of names including Capstan.
They are demanding £130+ for a £25 part
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Margaret Provan says:
20 February 2016

paper bags

should retailers charge 5p for paper carrier bags ?
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7 March 2016

Hi Margaret, thanks for your suggestion. This topic has been covered by another community member, John Ward. If you’d like to add your thoughts about the plastic bag charge, then you can do so here: https://conversation.which.co.uk/travel-leisure/pay-supermarket-plastic-bag-5p-fee/

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Bob Mason says:
23 February 2016

Is Which in danger of losing its integrity by doing things it criticises others for?

Offers as part of the trial membership which remind me of the energy & insurance firms’ bait to catch customers. Other members must pay extra for the service, bit like people who don’t switch supplier
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7 March 2016

Hello Bob, thanks for your suggestion. I’d just like to clarify that our trial subscription is open to all new members to give ​people a chance to experience what Which? has to offer before taking on a full subscription. A new member who then chooses to stay with us will then move on to the normal ongoing subscription. This is all made clear – including the price – on our website and in the welcome pack.

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TerryJC says:
24 February 2016

Contacting HMRC

We all know that phoning HMRC is a trial, so what about the new services (PTA etc)? I tried informing them of a change of Code through their website. It took me almost as long as if I’d phoned!
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26 February 2016

The Charity Industry is out of control. A new Act is needed to outlaw targeting vulnerable people and chugging. Salaries should be limited to £K50 pa, max.,and expenses should be limited to 20%.

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Terry Bevington says:
26 February 2016

What your local council does to its tax payers, especially planning

It seems that most councils use Mushroom planning decisions , keep everything in the dark and tip on loads of b******t, cover every square inch of greenfield with Concrete. Protest is impossible.
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Carole says:
27 February 2016

Royal Mail should automatically provide you with proof of postage when you send a parcel. At the moment they only automatically provide proof of postage when you return goods to a retailer.

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Pauline whelan says:
27 February 2016

Have clear speech from actors on tv

I am fed up having to turn the volume up in order to hear what is being said in TV dramas. Why can’t sectors be made to speak clearly even when whispering? Happy Valley is 1 recent example
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