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£877 a year average loyalty penalty to be investigated by the Competition and Markets Authority

Congratulations to the Citizens Advice Bureau who have launched a 'super complaint' with the Competition and Markets Authority. The charity found that across specific categories (mobile phones, broadband, home insurance, savings and mortgages), an es... Read More

  • 28 Sep 2018
  • By: Paul Chapman

AdminBox does NOT screen scrape your accounts

AdminBox requires just ONE username and password from its users.  This contrasts with competing websites and apps who require not only a username and password to access their platforms, but they also require usernames and passwords of each and eve... Read More

  • 27 Sep 2018
  • By: Paul Chapman

Mobile phone providers continue to charge users AFTER handset contract has ended

Research from Citizens Advice shows that three major mobile providers charge users for their handset AFTER the cost has been covered as part of their fixed contract deal. Some 4 million users are paying around £38 a month for a handset they have alre... Read More

  • 19 Sep 2018
  • By: Emma Bruce

Adminbox partners with Quotezone to help users save money on bills

Adminbox, the leading household bills dashboard service, has partnered with Quotezone to provide its users with further tools to save money on household bills. Quotezone is one of only 11 price comparison websites that are accredited by Ofgem. Quotez... Read More

  • 14 Sep 2018
  • By: Paul Chapman

Why it's important to use more than one comparison site

This week I had to renew my car insurance. It's due in four weeks time, so I organised it exactly four weeks in advance. My existing insurer is Hastings Direct - but I have yet to receive my renewal letter. I visited the following different websites ... Read More

  • 05 Sep 2018
  • By: Emma Bruce

UK households failing to keep up payments on basic household bills

According to the Citizens Advice Bureau, UK households are failing to keep up payments on their basic household bills, such as council tax, water and energy repayments. According to the bureau, the total amount outstanding is a staggering £18.9bn in ... Read More

  • 01 Sep 2018
  • By: Emma Bruce