Which? Money weekly podcast, 02 December 2009

  • Bank charges: the test case result and what consumers can do next
  • Returning unwanted goods: what to when Christmas gift shopping goes wrong
  • Car maintenance: a Which? expert explains how to get the best value service for your car

In this week's podcast: bank charges, your rights when returning Christmas gifts

Last week the Supreme Court ruled in favour of the banks in the controversial bank charges test case - preventing the Office of Fair Trading from assessing the fairness of overdraft fees and effectively putting a stop to reclaiming. Which? personal finance campaigner Phil Jones explains what the verdict means for consumers, and what you can do now if you're disappointed by the judgment.

Plus, James Daley separates legal fact from fiction, revealing what your rights are should you give or receive an unwanted gift this Christmas.

And don't miss this week's money saving tip: Which? motoring editor Richard Headland joins us to explain how you could get a great value service for you car while visiting relatives over the festive season.

Listen to the Which? Money weekly podcast from December 2nd 2009

Links mentioned in the podcast:

  • Returning goods: your legal rights
  • Online shopping and catalogue problems
  •  Understanding the Sale of Goods Act