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Category - Consumerism
Why has it taken banks so long to take action against illegal debit orders?
Some consumers are complaining about The Entertainer, a paid-for app that gives discounts on spa days and offers 2-for-1 deals on meals.
It’s the time of year for festive-season parties and holiday travel and, along with them, headlines and awareness campaigns about carnage on South Africa’s roads.
The Competition Commission has long frowned on the monopolistic motor service and parts industry. But with their new set of proposals that’s all set to change.
Should you be shopping online for your financial and risk products?
Fraudsters can come up with all sorts of smoke and mirrors and use all kinds of fancy jargon to pull the wool over even financially sophisticated people’s eyes.
Selling your car can be a stressful experience, especially if you’re new to doing it. Follow these tips to sell your car without getting ripped off in the process. When it comes to selling a car, women in particular feel intimidated by the...
During tough times, it’s not uncommon for businesses to go bust as they battle to make ends meet. What are your rights when a company goes bust after you parted with money for a service or product?
Companies sometimes offer a free trial in an attempt to entice customers to sign up to a service or to buy a product they’re not familiar with.
Buy-aid schemes use the joint purchasing power of the collective to obtain cash discounts on goods.
Important things to keep in mind next time you are hiring a car.
Before you sign on the dotted line of a new gym contract, make sure you are familiar with the terms and conditions.
The NCR is taking Standard Bank to court over the bank's use of the set-off principle to take money from clients to settle outstanding debt.