Aldi pips Lidl to cheapest supermarket of the year - as Which? research shows grocery prices rising sharply

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Rebate reprobates: Tax refund companies claiming up to half of customers’ money, Which? finds

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Facebook and Twitter failing to tackle fake review factories, Which? finds

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Which? responds to warnings energy bills could rise again in October

Lisa Barber, Which? Home Products and Services Editor, said: “With the energy price cap at a record high and predicted to rise further in April, many people will understandably be concerned about the possibility of their bills increasing again in October. “If you are concerned about struggling to pay higher bills, there is help available. Speak […]

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Which? warns of new delivery text scam impersonating the Post Office

Adam French, Which? Consumer Rights Editor, said: “Throughout the pandemic, fraudsters have come up with new ways to part people from their hard-earned cash. Which? has found a new delivery scam text which takes people to an extremely convincing clone of the Post Office website to rearrange their delivery. “If people input their details and […]

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Which? comments as Amazon reverses decision to ban customers from using Visa credit cards

Jenny Ross, Which? Money Editor, said: “Amazon reversing its decision to ban Visa credit cards for now will be good news for many customers, but we would encourage Amazon and Visa to urgently find a long-term resolution to prevent any unnecessary inconvenience or restriction on consumer choice in future. “There have been long-standing concerns about […]

Which? responds to debate on Online Safety Bill report in the House of Commons

Rocio Concha, Which? Director of Policy and Advocacy, said: “It is positive to hear the government say that it has ‘heard the message’ from campaigners on the importance of fraudulent paid-for advertising being included in the Online Safety Bill. The growing epidemic of online scams continues to cause devastating emotional and financial effects on victims. […]

Facebook and Twitter failing to tackle fake review factories, Which? finds

Facebook and Twitter are failing to tackle a fake and incentivised reviews industry that is easily infiltrating both online platforms and trading free items in exchange for bogus five-star ratings to boost the ratings of mediocre products sold on Amazon, a Which? investigation has found. The consumer champion uncovered Facebook fake review groups with hundreds […]

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