MSE News

September

Card fraud up as criminals try simple scams

Debit and credit card fraud is up as criminals return to old-fashioned ways to swipe people's plastic

28 September 2012

Automatic pension enrolment - what it means for you

From Monday, up to 11 million workers will be automatically enrolled into workplace pensions

28 September 2012

Car insurance industry faces competition probe

The Office of Fair Trading has referred the car insurance industry to the Competition Commission to investigate

28 September 2012

Royal Mail to start leaving post with neighbours

Royal Mail is now allowed to leave certain items with a neighbour when consumers are not at home to receive them

27 September 2012

PPI gripes see more complaints to financial firms

Complaints to financial firms rose by 59% in the first half of this year, driven by an increase in PPI complaints

27 September 2012

Scottish Power to pull top fixed energy tariff

Consumers looking to lock into a cheap fixed energy tariff need to hurry, as Scottish Power is pulling its top tariff

27 September 2012

Comet named easiest for haggling

Electricals retailer Comet is the top high street retailers to haggle with, according to a MoneySavingExpert.com poll

27 September 2012

Double-dip recession not as deep as feared

Revised figures reveal a smaller contraction in the second quarter of the year than previously expected

27 September 2012

Eon simplifies its energy tariffs

Eon has cut the number of tariffs it offers to make it more attractive for consumers looking to switch provider

27 September 2012

Travellers should still beware pre-selected ‘extras’

Tavel agent Opodo and airline Flybe still automatically pre-select optional extras for holidaymakers, our research finds

26 September 2012

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