It follows the news that the UK counterpart store goes faces administration.
The Consumers' Association of Ireland says it has been inundated with complaints in the past week from concerned parents who have used the school book online retailer schoolbooks.ie.
The Consumers' Association of Ireland has come out in support of a 'yes' vote in the forthcoming Lisbon Treaty referendum.
MOBILE phone users will soon be able to find out whether they are getting the best deal available, thanks to an interactive website operated by Comreg.
The Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, is expected to recommend to the Cabinet this week that Groceries Order be repealed.
TWO working groups set up to examine the collapse of the Cork stockbroking firm W&R Morrogh will report their findings within weeks.
THE EU has begun infringement procedures against the Government over its failure to designate an official body to police new rights for airline passengers.
THE €40 government duty on credit cards has killed competition in the market and should be scrapped in next month’s Budget, the Irish Bankers Federation (IBF) said yesterday.
IRISH banks make more from their personal mortgage customers than any of their competitors in Europe.
THE Government last night warned brewers and publicans they will do serious damage to the tourism industry if they go ahead with a combined 15 cent hike in the price of a pint.
CONSUMER protection should be given top priority by the financial regulator in the wake of the AIB overcharging scandal and the mis-selling of investment products, according to the country’s leading financial expert.
Fine Gael's Phil Hogan has today cautioned the Tánaiste against setting up a politically-appointed body to address the interests of consumers and instead to strengthen the Consumers' Association of Ireland.
The Consumers' Association of Ireland has called for an investigation into whether Irish retailers have been involved in fixing the price of replica football team kits.
THE cost of living hit a three-year low yesterday, but is still running at twice the EU average.
BANKS received the most complaints from customers last year and provide the lowest value for money, a customer satisfaction survey has found.
CONSUMERS overcharged on their Christmas gas bills will have their money refunded, Bord Gáis have confirmed.
CONSUMER prices have risen more sharply in Ireland than any other country in the EU in the past year.
THOUSANDS of people are topping up their Special Savings Incentive Scheme (SSIA) amid speculation that a cap will be placed on the accounts in the Budget.
AER LINGUS sparked a price war yesterday after it slashed air fares in a battle to win the skies over Europe.
The Tanaiste, Mary Harney, has ruled out the introduction of price controls following widespread customer complaints about significant price rises during and after the euro changeover.
TIMES were good never better in fact in the late '90s. Cash was flush and people surely gave it a lash.
A STATE review of claims that cancer rates are three times higher than normal in west Limerick still hasn't produced findings one year after it was established.
CONSUMERS are paying an extra 200 euro to connect a new house to the national electricity grid, it has emerged.
TAOISEACH Bertie Ahern yesterday condemned FAI's decision to sell sole broadcast rights for home soccer internationals to Sky Television.
Communications Minister Dermot Ahern says the decision to sell soccer rights to Sky means many Irish soccer fans won't be able to watch their national side play live on TV.
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