Four of the Big Six energy companies are to start giving their customers automatic refunds by direct debit when they are in credit.
Consumers are being misled after research found one in five household products do not match their energy-efficiency claims, according to the Energy Saving Trust.
Pension providers should do more to spell out how annuities work to help consumers through the "minefield" of picking the right retirement deal, the ombudsman service has urged.
A small energy firm is bidding to win more customers from the so-called Big Six after unveiling a 2.5% cut in prices.
Consumer group Which? has demanded an inquiry into competition in the energy market, saying the current system is "not working for customers".
Annual water and sewerage bills are to rise by an average of 2% - or £8 - from April, industry body Water UK has said.
Energy watchdog Ofgem is being urged to probe the gas profit margins of the Big Six energy firms.
Paperless billing, like self-service checkouts, is here to stay it seems, as more household utility firms impose charges on customers who prefer a hard copy. Is this fair?
MPs have called for energy companies to limit the charges imposed on customers who do not pay by direct debit.
Over a third of payday loans are not fully paid back on time, according to a probe into the industry.
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