Right folks we are now settled and moving forward into 2012 and there are no doubt plenty of you out there still working on sorting (and ahem sticking to) your resolutions. I personally don’t feel we need the coming of a new year as an excuse to help get ourselves sorted but regardless for those of you needing the extra push then go ahead and let the new year assist you. A thought; if you want to put off your personal resolutions- weight loss, quitting smoking, exercising, being a better citizen but yet still do some good then why not focus on your lovely and loyal home. Come now, get those appliances working in tip top shape. Your kitchen for start has no doubt taken somewhat of a beating if you were entertaining over the holiday period.
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Ok people with Halloween fast approaching this weekend I’m sure there are loads of you still struggling for costume ideas. Likewise those of you who may very well have ideas but if you live in the south west and your nearest party store fell victim to recent riots you could be frantically searching to find convenient alternatives! Fear not cause this year you can be the talk of your ghoulish parties by using spares found in and around your house. Not to mention you’ll be saving time and money all the while being the envy of your mates. Expect to over-hear such things as:
Alright folks the long weekend is finally upon us and for those of you working, well ain’t that a shame. For those fortunate to have the time off and are planning to attend one or more of the many brilliant festivals, Notting Hill Carnival, spend time with family and friends or all of the above, do enjoy yourself.
Extended warranties offer poor value for money for most consumers. That was clear finding of a piece of research that we published earlier this year – The Billion Pound Waste of Money. We commissioned a detailed report and conducted an extensive survey into the extended warranty market to get a better understanding of what’s going on. We passed on our findings to the Office of Fair Trading and urged them to investigate.