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  1. 1 May 2013

    Citizens Advice Scotland are urging Scots to join the fight against scams and fraudsters, as a new UK-wide campaign gets underway.

  2. 15 Feb 2013

    The government’s policy of forcing people to apply online for jobs and benefits is causing huge challenges for those who don’t have internet skills or access, according to a new report by Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS).

  3. 19 Dec 2012

    Over 1 million Scots are being ‘routinely ripped off’ by unfair delivery charges because of where they live, according to new evidence published today by Citizens Advice Scotland. 

  4. 26 Nov 2012

    The Scottish CAB service is today launching a campaign to make sure people don’t fall victim to crisis debt through payday loans.

  5. 9 Nov 2012

    It’s National Consumer Week 12th to 19th November and Citizens Advice Scotland are working with other consumer bodies to highlight the issue of scams.

  6. 22 Oct 2012

    Big Energy Saving Week is a major public information campaign, showing how people can take steps to cut their energy bills this winter.  For more information, drop into your local Citizens Advice Bureau or check out the website  Many bureaux are running special information events during the week and the website has an interactive map with details of timings and venues.

  7. 25 Jun 2012

    Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) have urged Scots to beware companies who buy their ‘unwanted’ gold, after receiving evidence that some of these traders are exploiting customers.

  8. 11 Apr 2012

    The UK Government has announced new proposals to officially make the Scottish CAB Service a champion for consumer information, advice, education and advocacy – in addition to its current role as a provider of free, impartial and confidential advice.  

  9. 25 Jan 2012

    Citizens Advice Scotland have now received over 3,000 messages from Scots who are furious at the unfair delivery charges applied to people in rural areas.

  10. 16 Jan 2012

    35% of people in Scotland are worried they can’t afford their next fuel bill and one in two say energy bills will put a strain on their finances this year, according to new figures released today from Citizens Advice Scotland at the start of its Big Energy Week which will help people save money on their fuel bills.

  11. 19 Dec 2011

    500 New Responses in Just 5 Hours as Survey Re-Opens!

  12. 19 Dec 2011

    Thousands of people in rural Scotland are being charged ‘rip-off’ prices for delivery when they buy goods online, according to new research from Citizens Advice Scotland.

  13. 5 Dec 2011

    Rising fuel bills are crippling household finances and people are looking for ways to save money on their energy bills.

  14. 21 Nov 2011

    Citizens Advice Scotland are urging Scots to be ‘savvy shoppers’ this Christmas, and have published 12 Tips for people to bear in mind as they hit the High Streets (or the mouse-button!)

  15. 24 Oct 2011

    Almost half of Scots have been targeted by fraudsters hoping to trick them out of their money, according to a report published today by Citizens Advice Scotland. But only 5% of these scams are ever reported, which gives the fraudsters the confidence to continue conning others.

  16. 13 Oct 2011

    Citizens Advice Scotland have endorsed the findings of a survey published today by Oxfam which shows that many Scots are struggling to cope with rising food bills.

  17. 13 Oct 2011

    Citizens Advice Scotland have said energy suppliers must ensure they always give accurate information to customers over tariffs.

  18. 5 Sep 2011

    Citizens Advice Scotland have called on the High Street banks in Scotland to state they will not restrict their ‘basic bank account’ holders from using ATMs of other banks.

  19. 18 Aug 2011

    The Scottish CAB network is providing free, unbiased financial advice on behalf of the Money Advice Service.

  20. 17 Aug 2011

    Citizens Advice Scotland have called on the major High Street banks to increase access to basic bank accounts, after it emerged that some banks were restricting the numbers of ATMs that can be used by holders of such accounts.



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