Villa Fraud, Tattoo Cover-ups, Metal-on-Metal Hips
Consumer affairs, including the new way criminals are targeting holidaymakers for their money, and E4's new resident tattoo artist Jay Hutton on covering up old tattoos.
Trip Advisor is being urged to increase warnings about fraud, after people using the listing website to book villas in Italy discovered their bookings are not real and their money has been stolen. Shari Vahl investigates.
Covering up the old with the new. Winifred Robinson speaks to 'tattoo fixer' Jay Hutton about how that old faded dolphin on your back can be given a new life.
Plus the hundreds of people taking action against the manufacturers of metal-on-metal hip implants, which left them with long term health problems.
Presented by Winifred Robinson
Produced by Natalie Donovan.
Holiday Villa Fraud
Trip Advisor warned to increase fraud warnings after holiday makers targeted by criminals
More than 70% of households not getting broadband speeds promised when they signed up
New rules for airline bags is being rolled back
Cost of Living
We revisit young professionals unable to get a mortgage because of student loan repayment
Tattoo artist on why more and more people are getting old tattoos covered with new ones
Contactless Phone Payment
Will Apple Pay pave the way for contactless mobile phone payments?
Metal on Metal Hips
Manufacturers are taken to court over faulty hip replacements
Tattoo Fixers - Danny's tattoo (a work in progress)Danny Hutton's original tattoo (left) and in progress (right), as his brother Jay Hutton reworks it.
- Thu 18 Jun 2015 12:15
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