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Most vouchers have restrictions and end dates, so check they're valid before you try to use them. Also see tips for safer online shopping.
Full DOs and DON'Ts
Whether it's a retailer or restaurateur, airline or air-conditioner seller, computer shop or car rental company, there are always two main risks. Either it's a dodgy company, or it's a legit company that has financial problems and goes bust.
The aim of these tips is to help you minimise the risks.
Quite simply, its customers are immediately transformed into creditors. This hits hardest if you've ordered goods or tickets from them, and not had delivery, as then you become one of a line of people trying to get your money back out of the company's assets, and you usually get back much less than you paid in.
Even if you've had delivery, if the company you bought from goes under and there's a problem with the goods, it can mean you've no comeback.
While MoneySavingExpert.com endeavours to check deals are valid, we don't check companies ' finances. Even huge names like MFI and Woolies have folded, so it's very important you use the right strategies to stay protected where possible.
Pay by credit card for something over £100, and Section 75 laws supercharge your consumer rights.
Unlike debit cards, cheques or cash, pay in full or part (even just £1) on a credit card and by law the lender's jointly liable with the retailer.
This means you have exactly the same rights with the card company as you do with the retailer. So if it goes bust, you can simply take your complaints there instead and get money back if there's no delivery.
Yet it's important you ALWAYS REPAY IN FULL each month, so there's no interest cost. See the full Section 75 guide.
Section 75 doesn't apply to purchases under £100, but there's still an option which can help. It isn't a legal protection, just Visa, Mastercard and Amex's rules, but it's a good back-up.
Spend on a Visa, Mastercard or Amex credit card or any debit or charge card. If the goods don't appear, you can try to ask your bank/card provider to reclaim the cash from the seller's bank, so long as you complain within 120 days of realising there’s a problem. See the Chargeback guide for full details.
Bogus websites are often set up to cash in on popular products like Ugg boots and Tiffany necklaces, so be wary if it's an unfamiliar site. And don't think that because it appears on a reputable search engine, that makes it a reputable site - always check.
Most folk know to look for a security padlock on the bottom right of a website, but that doesn't mean the site's legit, just that payment's secure.
To find out who registered the site and when, search the Whois database. Reputable firms should also appear on the Companies House site, the UK Government's official companies register. Be very wary of businesses with just a PO Box or email address.
Study the site's worldwide web ranking on Alexa. Anything in the top 100,000 means it's reasonably big and a good, though not foolproof indication of legitimacy. Do a quick Google search for other shoppers' experiences.
Crucially, ensure your security's up-to-date - free software can be downloaded to your computer in about five minutes. Full details in the Free Antivirus Software guide.
Many people are surprised to learn you've MORE rights buying online (or by telephone/catalogue) due to the Distance Selling Regulations.
These give you a legal right to send most goods back within seven days for a full refund (including outward delivery costs), even if there's no fault. You'll usually need to pay for the return delivery. Read Consumer Rights for a full guide.
However, of course, this is balanced by the fact ordering online automatically means there's a time gap between ordering and delivering - when the company has your money. So if it goes bust during that time, the distance selling rights don't help.
Ultimately, there is always a risk that a company can go bust. If the above routes don't apply, then you have to make a decision about whether you're willing to take the risk of parting with your cash.
Don't be scared of this. Every day we all make transactions based on trust, and this is part of that, but do balance up the amount you're spending against the risk. Don't give large amounts of money to a company you're not sure about.
If you've not heard of dry shampoo, it's a spray to make your hair look cleaner and fresher for those in-between hair wash days. So if you don't want to wash your locks every day, you can cheat a little this way.
While the total cost of the items would be £84 if you bought them individually, The Body Shop has offers or promotions almost every week so it's unlikely you'd have to pay full price. However, this offer means you're getting 64% off the full price and is therefore better than most promotions.
Lastminute.com sometimes has £10 spa sales, but although this one’s dearer at £20, you can get treatments that are usually far more expensive and it's at more nationwide locations.
The varnish is full size (10ml), and comes in pink, peach and red. Similar Nails Inc varnishes usually retail at £11 each, though these shades have been created especially for this promotion, so aren't available to buy.
There are nine shades to choose from: Red Carpet, Cheeky, Summer Pudding, Pomegranate, Blushed, Cinnamon, Candy Floss, Sunset, Latte and Nectar.
This size moisturiser can’t be bought, but we've calculated it to be worth £5.85 based on the cheapest 200ml full-size product we could find online.
As a 30ml bottle of this serum usually costs £39.95, these freebies are well worth popping in to Selfridges for, if you're in the area.
This is a great code as this site's already cheap for branded cosmetics such as Benefit and Estée Lauder.
If the term "trainee hairdresser" conjures up horrors in the form of lopsided bowl-cuts, but you’re not keen on spending £50+ on a simple haircut, it might be time to challenge the stereotype and give it a whirl.
Beauty Expert has similar prices to Boots online and even beats it for some products, so with 50% off, there are some great potential deals to be had. You could effectively get a Caudalie facial spray for £6 instead of £11.
To find out how to reclaim lost Tesco vouchers (some have found £100s) see the Get Back Lost Tesco Points guide, or for more info on how to boost Clubcard points, see the Loyalty Points Boosting guide.
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