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May 2008

Which? exposes firms using costly helplines

Which? has named companies using expensive helplines that often make money at the expense of consumers.

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Three lotions fail the Which? sunscreen test

Which? research published today shows that some sunscreens fail to offer the level of  protection claimed on the bottle.

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ID fraud hotspots revealed

More than 6,000 victims contacted credit information firm Experian last year, compared with 3,500 the year before.

One in three with PPI may find it worthless

A third of consumers who have taken out payment protection insurance (PPI) in the last five years may never be able to make a claim, Which? warns today.

New powers to tackle rogue traders

New rules come into force today to help prevent consumers being ripped off by rogue traders or bullied by high-pressure sales tactics.

Kia reveals its Soul

Kia has released shots of its latest car due to hit UK showrooms next year.

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Banks to appeal ‘unfair charges’ ruling

The decision by Britain’s high street banks to appeal last month’s landmark judgement on unauthorised overdraft fees is ‘kick in the teeth for consumers’, Which? says today.

Half of us risking bank fraud

One in two people are failing to take the most basic precautions to protect themselves from credit card and bank account fraud, Which? Money reveals today.

Orange launches internet radio

Telecoms giant Orange is entering the internet radio market by launching its own device.

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VW unveils Passat CC prices

Volkswagen (VW) has unveiled prices for its new four-door coupé, the Passat CC, which is available to order from Friday.

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