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Amazon Prime Day date announced: 12 things to know before you buy

Amazon Prime Day date announced: 12 things to know before you buy

When is Amazon Prime Day 2020? Which? reveals the date of the big sales event, and shares expert tips on your rights when shopping with Amazon.

Amazon’s face mask store leaves a lot to be desired

Amazon’s face mask store leaves a lot to be desired

Amazon has launched a dedicated face mask store, designed to help customers find and buy the most suitable face mask more easily. It looks slick, but when we looked into the listings we uncovered some worrying issues.

Facebook failing to stop the trading of fake reviews

Facebook failing to stop the trading of fake reviews

Our latest investigation has revealed that there continues to be a thriving market for the trading of Amazon reviews on Facebook. What about eBay?

36% of people reporting price hikes forced to overpay for essential hygiene and medical products

36% of people reporting price hikes forced to overpay for essential hygiene and medical products

We've had nearly 1,500 entries to our price gouging reporting tool, including inflated prices on Amazon, Chemist-4-u, eBay, UK meds and in local stores.

More than 100,000 wireless security cameras in the UK at risk of being hacked

More than 100,000 wireless security cameras in the UK at risk of being hacked

More than 100,000 indoor surveillance cameras in UK homes, including popular marketplace brands ieGeek, Accfly and SV3C, could be easily hacked, allowing someone to spy on your home.

Fake reviews make consumers more than twice as likely to choose poor-quality products

Fake reviews make consumers more than twice as likely to choose poor-quality products

Over the past two years, Which? research into fake reviews has discovered how unscrupulous sellers are able to ‘game’ online platforms to misrepresent products and services. In a one of...

Five unusual ways to stay fit at home

Five unusual ways to stay fit at home

With lockdown measures still in place, a trip to the gym for a workout isn't an option. But there are plenty of fun and engaging ways to burn calories, even if you don't have the 'proper' exercise equipment.

Price-gougers selling Covid-19 essentials for at least double the typical price

Price-gougers selling Covid-19 essentials for at least double the typical price

Which? has uncovered hundreds of listings from some third-party sellers seeking to profiteer by selling essentials at inflated prices across online marketplaces, along with evidence that thousands have been sold....

Banned foods and drinks aimed at children listed for sale on Amazon

Banned foods and drinks aimed at children listed for sale on Amazon

A Which? investigation shows that online marketplaces are failing to protect their customers' safety by selling food and drinks that are banned and unsafe.

Price-gouging still rife on marketplaces amidst coronavirus

Price-gouging still rife on marketplaces amidst coronavirus

Since we first reported the issue to eBay and Amazon, Which? member feedback and our own research shows that far more needs to be done to combat opportunistic sellers.

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