Consumer News Round-up: CCPC consumer advice on getting deposit back when company goes bust & refund for custom-made engagement ring, & UK MPs give Viagogo warning
European Consumer Centre (ECC) Ireland presents a round-up of the week’s consumer news – in case you missed it!
Consumer News Round-up – week ending 22nd March 2019
CCPC advice: Getting deposit back when company goes bust and refund for engagement ring
The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission’s advice column in the Irish Independent this week tackles consumer question about getting a deposit back for a kitchen when the company goes bust and is it possible to get a refund or replacement for a custom-made engagement ring.
UK MPs warn public not to buy or sell from ticket reseller Viagogo
The UK Parliament’s Digital, Culture, Music & Sport Select Committee has published a report on live music issues and has specifically warned the British public not to buy or sell tickets on the ticket resale site Viagogo. The committee said that Viagogo has ’caused distress to too many music fans’ and has ‘yet to prove itself a trustworthy operator given its history of resisting compliance, court orders and parliamentary scrutiny, and flouting consumer law’.