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Tumble dryer safety concerns, sale of goods online and concert ticket refund rights.
Will your insurance company pay out when disaster strikes? How long do you have to wait?
A new 'friends against scams' network, problem phones and survivor's pensions.
Advice from the experts on listeners consumer and postal queries.
Consumer advice, cyber security Q&As, and Alternative Dispute Resolution.
Refund gripes, five-year flooding strife and a new legal oversight commissioner for NI.
Linda McAuley champions the cause of consumers in Northern Ireland.
Linda McAuley reveals how to complain effectively in 2017.
Linda McAuley has advice from the experts on seasonal safety, recycling and leftovers.
It may be the season of goodwill, but it's a busy time for scammers.
The couple who drew up their Enduring Power of Attorney, but accounts were still frozen.
Time to join an oil club? Plus, what if your fridge packs up and you live "too far away"?
Linda McAuley talks electrical safety and the fake goods that could put your life at risk
The impact of the migration from DLA to PIP.
Mitigation for welfare reform, what is it? Nicola Weir finds out.
Nicola Weir tackles the parking problems of one listener. And BT under the spotlight.
Nicola Weir talks energy, personal safety and information for rail users.
The Pensioner left behind at the airport. Insurance - paid for years but are you covered?
Linda McAuley asks what your rights are when a company shuts up shop.
Timeshares, TV Licencing and Savings
Contracts, Waiting for Deliveries & Unauthorised Payments