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Consumer policy research

Our consumer policy research covers a wide range of regulated and unregulated markets - allowing us to identify the problems consumers face in particular markets as well as drawing comparisons and lessons about the policies and practices commonly found in a number of markets.

The Future of Digital Comparison Tools

4 Mai 2017

This report explores consumer perceptions and use of digital comparison tools in essential services markets including insurance, energy and telecoms

Cashing in or Checking out

9 Rhagfyr 2016

Citizens Advice held an event exploring current levels of consumer detriment and future disruptions to consumer markets. This paper summarises the presentations, discussions and key themes from that event.

Understanding consumer experiences of complaint handling

21 Gorffennaf 2016

The research examines consumer experiences of complaint handling and redress across consumer and public services markets. It finds a large proportion of people are dissatisfied with the final outcome of their complaint in particular in public services markets.

Locked In

8 Mawrth 2016

Primary research project looking at problems faced by consumers who unwittingly get locked into expensive subscription payments advertised just as a free trial

Last in line

4 Ionawr 2016

In Last in Line we use our unique evidence, gathered from across the Citizens Advice Service, to explore the consumer experience of prepayments and retailer insolvency.

Peer problems

25 Mehefin 2015

An assessment of the consumer experience of online marketplaces