Consumer News Round-up: Package travel holiday advice, insurance companies deny ripping people off & gardai issue online fraud 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 5th July 2019
Advice for holidaymakers booking package travel
If you’re not sure your holiday booking is a package or you don’t know what to do when things go wrong then check out this Irish Examiner article, which features tips from European Consumer Centre Ireland.
Read the full article here: ‘What you’re entitled to if your holiday goes wrong’, by Ryan O’Neill, Irish Examiner, 1st July 2019.
Insurance companies deny ripping off customers
Speaking at an Oireachtas Finance Committee representatives from leading insurance companies denied ripping off customers and businesses by making big profits.
Gardai warning about online fraud gangs in Dublin selling phantom goods
The gardaí has issued a warning to consumers about online fraud after gangs in Dublin found to be selling phantom goods – one victim in the US paid €47,000 online for a watch that didn’t exist.