CTSI can provide expert opinion, comments and spokespeople on a wide range of Trading Standards, consumer protection and regulatory issues.
Please contact our press office on 01268 582240/07557 229 774 or email@example.com who would be happy to assist.
Coalition urges Government to scrap EU Bill timetable
Loss of protections across product and food safety, and tackling scams, top public and experts’ concerns.
CTSI urges shoppers to be careful what they bargain for this Black Friday
The Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) is urging shoppers seeking to save money on Black Friday bargains to be on their guard against scams, fake reviews and potentially unsafe goods.
Shop wisely this sale season and avoid getting less than you bargained for with top tips from Citizens Advice
Council and police seize large quantity of unlicensed fireworks
Illegally stored fireworks worth between £6,000 and £10,000 were seized by North Lanarkshire Council’s Trading Standards Officers, assisted by Police Scotland, from an unlicensed premises in Wishaw on Friday.
Losing just £100 to a scam would tip 13 million into crisis
For one in four (24%) UK adults*, losing just £100 to a scam now would tip them into serious financial crisis, unable to pay bills, buy food or buy other essentials, according to research** released today by National Trading Standards (NTS). Although losing any amount of money to a scam today would hurt 70% of people more than it would have done a year ago, a loss of just £250 would tip 37% into crisis, with 48% unable to cope with a loss of £500.