Consumers need to understand how the choices we make have an impact on the planet and how to make responsible choices that meet our needs today without limiting the choices of future generations.
The Consumer Council today welcomed the Financial Services Authority (FSA) response to consumer concerns about getting charged excessive Mortgage Exit Administration Fees (MEAF) . The Consumer Council is calling on mortgage lenders to stop all unfair charges that place a real barrier in front of consumers who want to shop around for a better mortgage deal and for consumers to challenge these charges.
- Personal Finances
Today’s rise in car-parking charges at Belfast International Airport (BIA) is the second increase in months and will leave air passengers wondering if there is more to come.
The Single Electricity Market can deliver benefits for consumers. This is the view of the Consumer Council today in response to the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment’s(DETI’s) Consultation on Single Electricity Market Legislation (SEM – the all-island electricity market).