The Consumer Council is calling on Translink to be clear on the actual level of fare increases passengers will face when the recently announced increases come into effect on Monday 16th February.
The Consumer Council says ‘Bank yourself a better deal’ as it launches week three of its ‘Be Wise with Money Campaign’. If you are a bank customer who is fed up with poor customer service or low interest rates then make 2015 the year you switch bank accounts.
Disabled Access Day - 17 January 2015
With tens of millions sitting in forgotten bank accounts in NI, you could be in for a surprise New Year’s windfall.
It’s the beginning of the New Year and many of us will be suffering from a post Christmas financial hangover. A payday loan may seem like an ideal solution to get you through to the end of the month, especially as new legislation introducing a price cap on the amount of interest and charges that can be added takes effect today (2 January, 2015).
Consumer Council provides advice on returning unwanted gifts.
If like Santa, you have travel plans this Christmas, then it’s important to know your passenger rights should something go wrong, says the Consumer Council.
Now the weather has turned frosty and people are pulling out the winter woollies, the Consumer Council is urging consumers to get a copy of its ‘Weather the Winter’ leaflet to be winter ready in the event of severe weather.
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