Review your energy bills, advises The Consumer Council.
If you lose any of your official documentation, such as passport or birth certificate, notify the police immediately. You should also inform the relevant body, for example your bank branch. If your official documentation is damaged, by flood or fire for example, then it is important to begin replacing them as soon as possible. You should start with your birth certificate, as it will be necessary in obtaining other documentation.
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Electric Ireland have today announced they will be increasing their prices by 13.3%, which will come into effect from 1 October 2018. This will see the typical Electric Ireland customer needing to find an extra £64 per year.
Research Report onNorthern Ireland Financial Services Project
Research Report providing an assessment in Northern Ireland mortgage market.
Research report in to lending and debt in Northern Ireland.
Research report in to retail insurance in Northern Ireland.
The Consumer Council is aware of the flooding on 28 July affecting passengers parked at Belfast International Airport.
Advice for consumers when buying a car in Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and Great Britain.