Consumer protection law

Consumer Rights For Credit Card Fraud

May 25, 2012

Written by Michael Dolen, the CEO of a major consumer credit website: Credit Card Forum. For 2010 (the most recent calendar year available) credit card fraud in the UK cost the industry £365.4m. That pales in comparison to the problem in the US, where the cost of credit card fraud was $8.6 billion for the […]

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Discount vouchers – too good to be true?

May 8, 2012

More and more customers are beginning to complain about breach of contract after purchasing deals on voucher site Groupon, after experiencing a lack of communication from deal issuers and a bad quality service (or in some instances, the paid for service never happening). A Guardian article outlines a case study of one man who purchased […]

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