Unfair Fees in Retirement Leasehold Properties (UK).

Consumer Law
07/04/2017. The ‘event fees’ system used by elderly residents to defer payment of some of the running costs of their retirement leasehold homes until they sell them is potentially open to abuse by rogue landlords and should be regulated, urges
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Helping Consumers in Persistent Credit Card Debt (UK).

Consumer Law
04/04/2017. Credit card firms will be required to take an escalating series of actions to encourage customers to repay debts more quickly and avoid getting into ‘persistent’ debt in the first place, under new rules proposed by the Financial Conduct
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Concerns with Digital Comparison Tools (UK).

Business
31/03/2017. Despite finding users overall to be satisfied that digital comparison tools (DCTs) enable them to make informed choices and save money, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) believes they could do even better and has identified four concerns as
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Charitable Collection Bags Guidance (UK)

Consumer Law
31/03/2017. Private businesses and individuals distributing charity collection bags house to house are targeted by new guidance warning them they must be up-front and clear with consumers about the nature of the service they provide. ‘Charitable door-to-door collection bags: CAP
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Review of Secondary Ticket Regulations (UK).

Consumer Law
17/03/2017. Sites re-selling beyond a certain volume of tickets would have to be licensed if no progress is made by secondary ticket sites on compliance with new rules in the Consumer Rights Act (CRA) 2015, under one of nine recommendations
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