Several banks and building societies have improved their online banking security, but many could still tighten in some areas, according to new Which? research.
A Which? investigation has found fraudulent fish being sold in local fish and chip shops. Read on to find out what we have discovered about fish food fraud
Police in Edinburgh are teaming up with Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) to warn people about fraudsters who call up members of the public claiming to be from their bank.
The Elliott Review on the horsemeat scandal has prompted Defra to establish a Food Crime Unit to combat food fraud.
Complaints about Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) still remain at historically high levels, according to Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) six monthly complaints data.
If you’re taking advantage of the three day Bank Holiday weekend, stay savvy with Which? We have free information that can help you with holiday mishaps.
Banks have scrapped 152 tracker deals since April
Tumble dryers not drying, not-so-smart TVs and dim lightbulbs - Which? has uncovered these frustrating flaws and more. Here we reveal your top product peeves
Asda is recalling its Toasters due to a possible risk of electric shock. This is after it recalled kettles in March 2014 because of a potential fire safety risk
Diners eating in restaurants in London and the south east are being targeted by fraudsters in ever more sophisticated scams.