A personal injury claims company has been fined £80,000 for making nuisance calls. The ICO and the TPS registered 801 concerns about the company.
Consumers will have enhanced, easy to understand consumer rights following Royal Assent for the Consumer Rights Act being given today.
Scammers may seek to take advantage of pension reforms, bombarding people with a fresh wave of spam texts and calls, in a similar way to PPI.
A call centre in Hove, thought to be responsible for making millions of nuisance calls, has been raided by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO)
Only two thirds of drivers who experienced pothole damage to their vehicle made a claim for compensation, a new Which? survey has found.
Websites reselling tickets must be honest on prices, charges and seat location from today. New rules aim to stop consumers paying hugely inflated prices
Airlines have been told they cannot put off paying compensation to passengers for delayed flights. See the Which? guide to flight compensation,
A Which? survey of 2,016 UK adults in January 2015 has revealed the top five targets for email scammers. Bank, Paypal and tax rebate scams topping the list.
University students are being left open to unfair course changes, with some universities using terms we consider to be breaching consumer law, new Which? research has revealed.
Which? campaign success sees claims companies held to account, opening the gates to thousands of complaints.