Which? Money weekly podcast, 01 December 2010
- Christmas cards: why you shouldn't send them first class
- Investment scams you should know about: boiler rooms, landbanking and 'psychics'
- Best value champagnes and Christmas puddings, rated by Which? experts
This week: Christmas card tips, investment scams and Best Buy festive food and drink
Christmas cards are always nice to receive, but it seems sending them is fraught with problems. Should you be wary when buying charity cards, and why should you reconsider putting first class stamps on cards when you post them? Reporter Laura Starkey and deputy Money editor Nick Cheek explain.
Plus, news on investment scams and how to avoid them. Boiler rooms and landbanking are back - so Which? expert Gareth Shaw reveals what you need to know about the tricks that could cost you dear.
And don't miss this week's bumper money saving tip, where we unveil the results of the latest festive food and drink taste tests. Want to find out which £2.99 Christmas pudding is a Which? Best Buy, or which tipple our researchers rated? Tune in now...
Links mentioned in the podcast:
- Investment scams and how to spot them
- £2.99 Christmas pudding is a Which? winner
- Revealed: 2010 champagne taste test results
- On test: sparkling wine vs. champagne