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Consumer News Round-up: CCPC on package holiday Vs DIY, Eir to face court over ‘out of bundle’ data charges & mobile operators rule out roaming charges after Brexit

European Consumer Centre (ECC) Ireland presents a round-up of the week’s consumer news – in…
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Consumer News Round-up: WOW Air ceases operation and insurance companies accused of being ‘unreasonable’ in denying pay outs

European Consumer Centre (ECC) Ireland presents a round-up of the week’s consumer news – in…
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How to make a consumer complaint like a pro

Posted 28th March 2019 Martina Nee – Press & Communications When you feel ripped off…
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Advice for consumers after Wow Air ceases operation and cancels flights

On Thursday 28th March 2019, Icelandic airline Wow Air announced that it has ceased operation…
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Online shoppers urged to read T&Cs & pay securely in case of problems with their purchases post-Brexit

Dublin, Tuesday 26th March 2019 – The European Consumer Centre (ECC) Ireland is urging online shoppers…
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EU action leads to five car rental companies making prices clearer and more transparent for consumers

It was announced today [25th March 2019] that following a call from the European Commission…
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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…
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Consumer News Round-up: Brexit & shopping online, Boeing 737 Max flight disruption, Which? warns Currys PC World about extra set-up fee & Irish broadcaster takes on Facebook over free trial adverts

European Consumer Centre (ECC) Ireland presents a round-up of the week’s consumer news – in…
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Consumer News Round-up: Snow disruption at Dublin Airport, credit card interest rates, Commission refers Ireland to EU Court of Justice over Package Travel Directive & keeping airlines flying after Brexit

European Consumer Centre (ECC) Ireland presents a round-up of the week’s consumer news – in…
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EU-wide website ‘sweep’ finds 60% have consumer rights law irregularities such as providing clear information on prices and discounts

Around 60% e-commerce websites screened as part of an EU-wide ‘sweep’, carried out by the…
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