Family loses £3,828 after hackers take over account of villa owner on TripAdvisor
Maurice Smith, founder of the Kenya Aid Programme, says the scheme was legal tax avoidance, not tax evasion
Police asked to investigate claims that evidence has been destroyed in the run-up to High Court blacklisting case
Intrugo Limited is the latest in a string of firms fined for wrongly charging people – and a Mirror investigation linked them all to Glasgow
Fee demanded by RTA was "unconscionable and excessive"
"No remorse" from key figure behind illegal blacklisting of building workers
Customers never likely to make a profit as the coloured gems they were sold were marked up by as much as 550 per cent
It’s hard being objective when your teenage daughter has just been told she’s got what it takes to become a model.
When an elderly woman discovered a warranty on her dishwasher cost three times as much as she'd thought, she struggled to get her money back
Couples are being left out of pocket by venues refusing refunds despite months of warning of a cancellation