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Guest Comment: New measures give consumers more power to combat rogue traders

Consumer Affairs Minister Jo Swinson explains what the Government is doing to crack down on rogue traders

1 October 2014

EDF Energy to pay £3m to charity after complaint breaches

EDF Energy will pay £3m to charity helping 'vulnerable customers' after Ofgem found it breached complaint rules

22 August 2014

Scottish Power to pay £750,000 to charity after bills blunder

Ofgem has found faults in the way Scottish Power calculated customers' prices

20 May 2014

Payday loan adverts reported to watchdog

Payday loan adverts from Wonga, Pounds to Pocket and Peachy.co.uk have been reported to the ASA by Citizens Advice

4 March 2014

Google axes ads for London congestion charge copycats

Google has removed ads linking to unofficial London congestion charge sites after motorists were stung by extra charges

26 February 2014

Raspberry Ketone Fresh: Avoid costly diet pill ads shown on Facebook

Dieters should avoid trials from Raspberry Ketone Fresh, after customers had payments of over £150 taken unexpectedly

4 February 2014

Facebook pulls HotCrazyDeal ads after users lose money

Facebook has pulled ads for deals site HotCrazyDeal after users complained they lost money

28 January 2014

'Middlemen' targeting payday loan borrowers with surprise fees

Credit brokers are preying on borrowers by 'posing' as payday lenders and charging unexpected fees, says Citizens Advice

20 January 2014

New Scottish bankruptcy law 'will cause misery', debt groups say

Debt advice groups protest against plans to make bankrupts in Scotland pay off their debts over four years

16 December 2013

Energy prices 'rising eight times faster than earnings'

Energy prices have risen eight times more than the average increase in earnings over the last three years

18 November 2013