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August 2010

Double boost as reward credit cards offer 0% deals

Get reward vouchers and pay no interest for a year as credit card providers fight for business.

Which? survey reveals all on broadband switching

Nearly half experienced problems when switching internet provider, according to the latest Which? broadband survey.

New Amazon grocery service tested by Which?

A Which? test of the newly launched online grocery ordering service from Amazon has revealed thatit may not be the most convenient place to do your regular shop

Cosmetic laser treatment rules change

The government is to deregulate cosmetic non-surgical laser treatments in England from 1 October with no alternative scheme to protect consumers

Candy washing machines explode in German homes

Faulty drums caused five Candy washing machines to burst open while they were being used.

Lexus announces ‘significant’ updates for IS

Lexus has announced a series of updates to its junior executive IS model, describing them as 'the most significant' since the current generation's 2005 launch.

Perks more important than cash for students

Most students are basing their choice of current account on the perks they get when opening one, or because a family member banks with the same provider.

John Lewis range cooker sales soar

John Lewis says sales of range cookers and fitted kitchens in its stores have continued to grow over the past six months - as homeowners stay put in their properties and look to improve their kitchens.

Metro Bank model backed by banking commission

The emergence of Metro Bank falls in line with one of the Future of Banking Commission's key recommendations.

Selling gold via eBay may be a better bet

Selling through online auction sites, such as eBay, could earn you far more for unwanted jewellery and gold than TV-advertised buyers, Which? has found.

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