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Money matters and personal finance - presented by Which?

By Which? - The Voice of UK Consumers

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Description

The Which? Money podcast provides a free weekly dose of news and advice, arming you with all you need to know to keep on top of your personal finances. From tax to insurance to credit cards, we'll keep you up to date with all the latest developments, demystifying the complex world of finance and providing you with top tips to make your money stretch further.

Customer Reviews

promises information but doesn't deliver

In 7 October 2009 edition the presenter Melanie Dowding talked about the new Which? Money helpline, available to both Which? Money and Which? subscribers. She promised details of how and when to access the helpline would be made available on the podcast's webpage. More than a week later the info has not been put onto the page, contacting the parent organisation Which? direcly (I have a paid subscription) resulted in snotty replies and no action. It's just the lastest example of why this podcast is so infuriating. They only give out half the info, don't deliver on promises and there is no feedback channel for the podcast itself. No contact email is given out during the program, nor is there any feedback email on the podcast's webpage. I call that very poor communication with you audience. Completely missing the point of podcasting. This could be so much better. But all it seems to be at the moment is a cynical way of getting people to subscribe to Which? paid services. Instead it's doing the opposite for me: I'm currently seriously considering cancelling my subscibtion. Two stars because occasionally it contains a useful tidbid of financial information.

Great information

a very informative, fun and light podcast. Love it. Great hosts and easy to listen to. Good works guys. :)

Great informative podcast

Enjoy this every week. It's informative but also informal and chatty which makes it an easy listen.

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