The Consumer Council has produced a series of online resources that will help consumers affected by First Trust Bank branch closures.
The Consumer Council working with Citizens Advice to improve online shoppers’ experience
The Consumer Council met recently with the Comber Commerce and Development Group to advise local business owners on how to save money on their water bills. The team identified over £2,000 in potential savings for those who attended.
Throughout the week of 5 to 11 June 2017, The Consumer Council is encouraging everyone to get on-board with Translink’s ‘Bus and Train Week 2017’ to explore the potential benefits of using public transport.
In light of the recent British Airways IT failure, The Consumer Council for Northern Ireland is reminding all air passengers affected by air travel disruption that their rights are protected under EU legislation.
Translink’s Passenger’s Charter Monitoring Results for Autumn 2016
The Consumer Council is launching a new current account comparison table to help consumers compare products currently available from banking providers in Northern Ireland.
The Consumer Council would like to make small businesses aware that following Power NI’s price control review by the Utility Regulator, Power NI’s small businesses tariffs will no longer be regulated, as of 1 April 2017.
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