Viagogo has been forced to give ticket buyers more information and make it easier for them to get their money back in a landmark court ruling.
Hotel booking sites have been ordered to be more transparent about discounts and hidden charges after an investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). The government watchdog took enforcement action against Expedia, Booking.com, Agoda, Hotels.com, ebookers and Trivago for potentially breaking consumer protection law.
Longstanding customers pay more than new customers for the same services, the CMA found, adding up to a ‘loyalty penalty’ of around £4 billion a year across broadband, cash savings, home insurance, mobile phone contracts and mortgages.
Secondary ticketing site Viagogo is being taken to court by the CMA. Know your secondary ticketing rights by learning how to protect yourself from dodgy ticketing selling online and how to claim your money back when things goes wrong.
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The government has finally responded to the Competition and Markets Authority’s (CMA) care home market study, accepting that consumers needed better protection from ‘unfair practices’ by care homes. It has promised...
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has launched an investigation into dodgy deals on hotel booking sites. It announced today that some sites are providing information which could ‘mislead people,...