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Could you benefit from a basic savings rate?

Under a new proposal from the FCA, banks would be obliged to pay savers a basic savings rate on their deposits. Which? explains how it would work.

Banks bungling power of attorney registration

Acting for a loved one under Power of Attorney? Exclusive Which? research reveals the worst banks for registering an LPA and obtaining correct information.

Which? warns of suspected scam holiday booking website

Holiday booking site Myhouseboatsamsterdam.com has reportedly tricked victims into making bank transfers by posing as a legitimate business, leaving them hundreds of pounds out of pocket.  The site is currently...

Clampdown on rip-off travel insurance for cancer patients

Cancer patients priced out of the travel insurance market have been promised more affordable premiums and clearer information, following an investigation by the financial watchdog. After issuing a call for...

Online shopping scams cost Brits £58m a year

Which? investigates the risks of shopping online and explains how to avoid counterfeit websites and online shopping scams

PPI claims process risks discouraging victims

Consumers have just over a year to claim compensation for mis-sold PPI, but new Which? research has revealed that one in five (18%) people making a mis-selling claim are still...

Online contact lens supplier ceases trading after complaints pile up

Jersey-based online contact lens supplier Planet Connect Ltd has been forced to stop trading by Jersey Trading Standards after a string of complaints

Exclusive: banks shun flexible Isas and inheritance rules

Which? research reveals that the majority of Isa accounts are failing to help people who want flexible access to their savings.

Six Nations Rugby fans lose up to £10,000 as ticketing firm vanishes

More than 80 victims have allegedly been defrauded out of thousands of pounds each after buying hospitality tickets for the Six Nations rugby tournament from an unauthorised seller, Which? can...

Google cracks down on secondary ticketing websites

Find out what the new rules could mean for you, what the problems have been with secondary ticketing websites, and how to avoid being ripped off.

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