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Giving back this Christmas - Advice for returning unwanted gifts

Tis the season of giving but on occasions we may wish not to receive some gifts (e.g. itchy jumpers or pungent soap).

Help is at hand with Christmas postal issues

The Consumer Council provides advice for lost, damaged, delayed or mis-delivered Christmas post.

Stamp out big Christmas postage costs

Shopping around can save money on Christmas postage costs

Santa savings on online delivery of toy orders

With Black Friday fast approaching The Consumer Council wants to make sure consumers plan ahead and get the best delivery deals for online orders.

Do you sell online? Are you getting the best deal on delivery charges?

17th November 2017

in Post

If you are a small business and selling online, The Consumer Council has advice to save you money when posting your online orders this Christmas.

Bank on the Post Office to manage your money

11th September 2017

in Money Affairs, Post

The Consumer Council has found that almost half (49%) of Northern Ireland consumers are unaware Post Offices offer personal banking services. With a number of Ulster Bank branch closures pending across Northern Ireland, we are encouraging consumers to consider their future banking arrangements.

The Consumer Council’s John French takes up new ‘Post’…

7th July 2017

in Post

Chief Executive of The Consumer Council visits Royal Mail Delivery Office in Antrim to become a postie for the day.

Two-thirds of online shoppers experience parcel delivery issues

16th June 2017

in Post

The Consumer Council working with Citizens Advice to improve online shoppers’ experience

Raise the Issues Most Important to You at NI’s First Consumer Parliament

10th March 2017

in Consumer Skills, Energy, Money Affairs, Post, Transport

Northern Ireland consumers will have the opportunity to raise the issues most important to them, learn about their consumer rights and how to save money at the Consumer Council’s inaugural Consumer Parliament on Friday 24 March 2017.

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