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28/08/2014

Duration:
45 minutes
First broadcast:
Thursday 28 August 2014

The company selling boiler insurance to vulnerable people who don't need it. Sunday trading 20 years on. How has it changed us? Also, the millions who could be missing out on refunds for mis-sold credit card insurance. The deadline is this weekend. The Big Six energy firms are being investigated by the competition watchdog, but what's in it for customers?

Chapters

8 items
  • Boilershield

    Boiler Insurance has been miss-sold to elderly and vulnerable people who don't need them.

  • Sunday Trading

    Sunday trading 20 years on. How has it changed us?

  • Big Six Break Up

    Energy analyst says why the CMA inquiry into the big six may not be good for consumers.

  • Sunday Trading Simpson

    Writer Alan Simpson tells Winifred what he remembers about Sunday without the shops.

  • CPP Deadline

    The card protection plan deadline for compensation ends this weekend.

  • Matt Allwright

    Explains what he's found in his ten weeks spent with a council housing enforcement team.

  • Airline Compensation

    A company based in Lithuania has been ignoring passengers demands for compensation.

  • Dead Ringers

    Morrissey has revealed he is a fan of You and Yours and written a tribute song about it.

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