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Unofficial Euro 2016 ticket sites pose risk to fans

Unofficial Euro 2016 ticket sites pose risk to fans

With just five days to go until the start of the UEFA Euro 2016 Which? has found a number of unofficial websites claiming to sell Euro 2016 tickets.

Alarming increase in deception phone scams

Alarming increase in deception phone scams

Losses to online and telephone banking scams totaled £168.6 million in 2015 - a staggering 72% increase in losses compared with 2014.

Event tickets still being sold unlawfully

Event tickets still being sold unlawfully

Music and theatre tickets are still being sold unlawfully on some of the UK’s biggest secondary ticketing sites, new Which? research reveals.

Three big holiday scams to watch out for in 2016

Three big holiday scams to watch out for in 2016

British holidaymakers reported losing £11.5m in holiday scams and deceptions in 2015, figures have revealed.

Train delays at their worst in almost a decade

Train delays at their worst in almost a decade

Punctuality on Britain's railways has fallen to its worst level in almost a decade, according to rail regulator figures.

Companies must do more to protect us from scams

Companies must do more to protect us from scams

More than six in ten of us have been targeted by online scams in the past 12 months, Which? research has revealed.

Mobile data roaming charges capped from today

Mobile data roaming charges capped from today

Holidaymakers can enjoy reduced roaming charges for calls, texts in the European Union from today.

Energy Ombudsman complaints hit new high

Energy Ombudsman complaints hit new high

A staggering 96% of complaints resolved by the Energy Ombudsman last year resulted in an award to consumers, far exceeding other sectors.

Asda bows to pressure on pricing practices

Asda bows to pressure on pricing practices

Asda is to change its price promotions after being singled out by the competition regulator in a probe into supermarket pricing practices.

Further delays in store for rail passenger rights

Further delays in store for rail passenger rights

The government is set to delay implementing improved rights for rail passengers by 18 months, Which? has discovered.

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