Our first super complaint under the pilot project with NSW Fair Trading has been lodged on electricity switching sites.
8 Mar 2012 |
CHOICE has lodged its first super complaint, part of a pilot project with NSW Fair Trading on electricity switching sites.
Australians are giving the Big Four a free kick.
2 Mar 2012 |
Australian consumers are giving the big four banks a free kick, with an estimated $166.4 billion sitting in transaction accounts that earn little or no interest.
Government recommends a fresh take on insurance claims handling.
1 Mar 2012 |
In the wake of the government's inquiry, CHOICE questions whether the industry’s moves so far have meant better protection for consumers.
The ACCC will be focusing on supermarket practices this year, according to Chairman Rod Sims.
21 Feb 2012 |
ACCC Chairman Rod Sims has announced supermarkets will be a priority for the Commission in 2012.
The CHOICE Big Bank Switch group home loan switching campaign has closed.
18 Feb 2012 |
The CHOICE Big Bank Switch attracted more than 40,000 registrations, with over 2,000 people entering discussions with Big Bank Switch lenders. Many more used the offers to demand better deals from their current lenders.
Stranded ticketholders highlight need for new protections.
17 Feb 2012 |
We're calling for a built-in passenger safety net in the airlines industry and a travel industry ombudsman to make sure it works.
The Big Four are playing by their own rules, and you can too.
16 Feb 2012 |
There is plenty of competition in the Australian market, which is why raising rates is just bad business.
Ever wanted to know what happens behind closed doors at a CHOICE Magazine shoot?
8 Feb 2012 |
We take a look at a day in the life of CHOICE's Design team as they prepare for and shoot the latest cover of CHOICE Magazine.
New South Wales will ban the use of commercial solariums in three years.
8 Feb 2012 |
We welcome the ban on commercial solariums in NSW, but we're calling for a national ban.
Coles drops prices of fruit and veg but what are the wider ramifications?
31 Jan 2012 |
While we welcome cheaper food and groceries and greater competition in the supermarket sector, CHOICE also believes consumers need to consider potentially wider costs.