Confused.com press releases

2013

Confused.com press releases

18 Dec 2013

Nearly half of Brits (47%) would contact the police if they thought that someone that they knew was planning to drink and drive, according to new research from Confused.com released as Christmas party season peaks this weekend.

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06 Dec 2013

Today (06 December 2013) energy supplier E.ON has announced an average price rise of 3.7% per cent in electricity and domestic gas dual fuel prices, effective from 18 January 2013

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04 Dec 2013

The latest Confused.com Car Insurance Price Index, in association with Towers Watson shows that the brakes are still being applied when it comes to car insurance prices. The average cost of comprehensive car insurance for Q4 2013 stands at £644, a price drop of 12.5% year on year.

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29 Nov 2013

Women are less likely to pass their practical driving test first time around compared to men, according to new research from Confused.com

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28 Nov 2013

This Sunday, 1st December, will see Confused.com launch the first in a series of Christmas themed adverts, featuring new brand icon BRIAN the Robot.

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20 Nov 2013

A quarter of working people over the age of 55 are not paying into a pension, according to new research by leading price-comparison site Confused.com. This highlights a worrying reliance on the state pension, which currently stands at £110.151 per week.

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20 Nov 2013

Many people may be shocked when they are turned down for credit, however new research by Confused.com has revealed that nearly six million* (12%) Brits have been declined for credit in the past three years.

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18 Nov 2013

New research reveals Brits are falling victim to Christmas decoration disasters.

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