Festival season has started, but figures from Action Fraud reveal they’ve already received 533 reports of ticket fraud.
With many of us looking forward to a break in Greece this summer there are concerns about what a Greek exit from the Eurozone could mean for your holiday.
Hundreds of concert-goers have complained to fraud investigators after tickets purchased from online ticket website Circle Tickets failed to show up.
Officers have taken down thousands of Facebook listings and seized dangerous goods in a crackdown on social media counterfeiting and piracy.
A total of £23.6 million was lost in 2014 to fraudsters tricking people across the UK into transferring money directly into their bank accounts
Mango, one of the biggest retailers on the UK high street, is falling short of consumer law by delaying refunds.
Strike action by Spanish air traffic controllers could affect as many as 5,300 flights this week. They will be on strike between on 08, 10, 12 and 14 June.
Thousands of fed up passengers who suffer rail delays will soon be able to receive cash compensation instead of vouchers.
The end is in sight for ‘calls from other operators and mobile providers may vary’, as rules governing premium call charges undergo big changes next month.
State-backed Lloyds Banking Group has been fined a record £117 million for failing to handle payment protection insurance (PPI) complaints fairly.