With the continuing strong winds and heavy rain across Northern Ireland, The Consumer Council is calling on people to be prepared when the weather takes a turn for the worse. The Consumer Council has launched a series of leaflets offering advice to protect your home from flooding and has issued advice on our website about what to do should your electricity fail
The Consumer Council says it welcomes the arrival of firmus energy to the domestic gas market in the Belfast and Larne area from today and hopes that competition will bring lower prices and improve customer service for all consumers.
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The Consumer Council is urging people to have a warm and happy Christmas by
keeping track of their spending, shopping around for home heating oil and making
sure they are getting all the financial benefits they’re entitled to. These are the
key messages of the Consumer Council’s ‘Warm and Happy Christmas’
campaign, launched today.
Advice and tips on how to have a Warm and Happy Christmas
With the continuing severe weather across Northern Ireland the Consumer Council is reminding people of the practical steps they can take if their electricity goes off.
This year, online spending is set to increase  as more people than ever are using the internet to buy their Christmas presents. Whilst many consumers feel it is a quick and easy way to compare prices and offers, some people are unaware of their rights online. The Consumer Council’s ‘Online Shopping Tips’ leaflet is full of advice to help you become a savvy shopper.
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