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Prepay energy tariffs to be capped from next April

An interim price cap benefiting four million people on prepay energy meters will come into effect from next April

Record number of complaints against Extra Energy helps spark Ofgem investigation

An investigation into Extra Energy has been launched by Ofgem after a record number of complaints to Citizens Advice

Energy firms to be allowed to contact rivals' customers to offer better deals

The competition watchdog has said its new database to help boost energy switching won't lead to customers getting spam

Energy firms offer 10-point switching guarantee

Customers switching between certain energy suppliers will now benefit from 10 'commitments' guaranteeing them a smooth a

20 nifty over-50s MoneySaving tips

Are you missing out on pension credit worth £35 a week? This, and many other over-50s MoneySaving tips

Seven-day mortgage switching proposed in Government consultation

Plans to give homeowners the option of switching their mortgage provider within just one week are being considered

Two new prepay energy tariffs offer £100+ in typical annual savings

Some energy customers with prepay meters could save an average of almost £120/year by switching to a new tariff

Co-op Energy wrongly charges customers £60 exit fees

The energy firm Co-operative Energy has been wrongly charging customers who want to switch to another provider up to £60

Guest comment: Vulnerable prepay energy customers must be first to receive smart meters

Labour MP Dawn Butler accuses the big six of lining their pockets by "taking money from the poorest customers" on prepay

Pay rent on time to now boost your credit score... this and 50 more renters' tips

You don't need landlord's permission to save £100s

IT failures at Scottish Power spark £15m payout for customers

Scottish Power has been ordered to pay £15 million to customers for previous IT failings

Charity Commission to work with Age UK after E.on ‘conflict of interest’

Age UK has vowed to address concerns around a lack of transparency following criticism of its partnership with E.on