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?
Category - Consumerism
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.
FNB is changing its rules for SLOW lounge access.
We’ve lost the plot when it comes to borrowing and saving.
More than half of the top 60 Android shopping apps collect users’ personal information through trackers, a new study finds.
There is a big difference between knowingly investing in a high-risk technology business and being sold misinformation.