Which? Money-Saving Monday:  How to beat airport queues and save money by being crafty with travel toiletries

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Which? calls for major overhaul of travel rules to rein in law-breaking airlines amid summer holiday chaos

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Social media sites rife with scam car insurance ‘ghost brokers’, Which? finds

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Which? response as a new website checker is launched to combat online fraud

Rocio Concha, Which? Director of Policy and Advocacy, said: “The UK is in the grip of a fraud epidemic so any tools or advice that might prevent people from giving their financial and personal details to a scammer are welcome. “A tool like this should help some consumers to do some research before clicking through […]

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Which? response to airline ‘slot amnesty’

Rory Boland, Editor of Which? Travel, said: “An amnesty on slot rules is potentially good news for passengers as it should encourage airlines who need to cancel more flights to do so now rather than at the last minute and could ease disruption this summer by letting better-staffed airlines step in and fly routes. “For […]

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No excuse for Heathrow ordering on-the-day flight cancellations, Which? says

Rory Boland, Editor of Which? Travel, said: “Heathrow knew how many passengers were due to fly from the airport weeks ago, so there is absolutely no excuse for it to be ordering on-the-day flight cancellations. These last-minute cancellations are hugely upsetting for travellers. “British Airways and any airline forced to cancel journeys must inform customers of their refund and rebooking rights, including […]

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Which? response as UK Finance says APP fraud losses jumped by 39% annually in 2021

Rocio Concha, Which? Director of Policy and Advocacy, said: “These latest figures expose the shocking scale at which people are experiencing APP scams, and are even more stark amid the current cost of living crisis. Yet all too often victims face a reimbursement lottery depending on who they bank with. “The government has announced its […]

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Social media sites rife with scam car insurance ‘ghost brokers’, Which? finds

Social media sites are rife with dodgy companies offering car insurance that is either non-existent or missing key details, resulting in tens of thousands of drivers being potentially left uninsured on the roads, Which? research has found. ‘Ghost broking’ is a scam that cost its average victim £1,950 last year. It involves ‘brokers’ forging insurance […]

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