Citizens Advice super-complaint sees insurance slammed for loyalty rip off


Citizens Advice has slammed the practice of overcharging loyal customers and warned again that consumers are being ripped off.

Insurance was one of five industries listed as the national charity lodged a super-complaint with the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), calling for the regulator to outline how the problem can be fixed.

According to Citizens Advice customers who stay loyal to their providers are losing out on over £4bn a year.

The organisation’s research covered mobile

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