Consumer Council’s New Energy Price Comparison Site to Save Consumers Money!
The Consumer Council has welcomed Power NI’s 10.3% tariff reduction. The Consumer Council’s Head of Energy, Richard Williams said: “This is good news for Power NI customers. Domestic consumers will see prices reduce by around £54 per year and £200 for regulated business customers.
The Consumer Council is reminding consumers to be vigilant in case ‘someone like you’ ends up ‘rolling in deep’ debt after buying tickets for the sold-out Adele concert.
The Consumer Council is providing some timely advice on returning unwanted gifts received this Christmas.
The Consumer Council is advising people to get a head start on their New Year’s resolutions by checking whether they could save money by switching electricity supplier.
The Consumer Council is reminding consumers of their consumer rights in relation to digital content, such as downloaded music, e-books and smart device apps.
With many of us venturing online to take advantage of Black Friday (27 November) or Cyber Monday (30 November) website deals, the Consumer Council urges consumers to know their rights and shop safely.
Commenting on the Competition and Markets Authority’s provisional findings on banking, John French, Consumer Council Chief Executive said: “The CMA report has highlighted the need to simplify and clarify the account switching process for customers across the UK. Banks have a responsibility to consumers to provide clear and easily comparable information, so consumers can make informed choices about their own account and provider.
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