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Are Your Domestic Appliances Safe?

Are Your Domestic Appliances Safe?

New technology ensures that domestic appliances are becoming more reliable.  But you only need to have a look online to realise that there seem to be more and more domestic appliance recalled every month in the UK. A handful of these appliance faults could potentially lead to fires.  A number of recent examples included Indesit, Hotpoint and Creda tumble dryers catching fire. We all have heard about phone chargers which get too hot and spark flames.  However, in addition, there are other appliances that may also cause these kinds of issues. Moneyboat, a UK direct lender of short term loans point out a few of the appliances that might be a cause of concern. Read ahead to learn more about which kinds of appliances you should watch out for, and how you can schedule regular check ups on your domestic appliances to ensure they stay in shape. Keep your domestic appliances ship shape!   How do I carry out an appliance fault check? You’re not likely to obtain notification of a recall unless you’ve registered your product.  Thus, be certain that you check your appliances for flaws or faults yourself. The number of consumers who are assumed to register their items is between 10% and 20 percent. This means when suppliers publicise a recall for appliances, approximately 80% of customers will not be notified. There’s currently a site up known as ‘Register My Appliance’ where it is now possible to register all of your electrical goods.  In case of a recall, you will be notified by this site.  You’ll need model, the brand and serial number, in addition to the date of purchase.  This is a simple process to ensure that if something should be found to be faulty,...
Improve Your Credit Rating : A Quick Must Read Guide

Improve Your Credit Rating : A Quick Must Read Guide

Imagine going to get a loan only to be turned down. This happens to individuals every day, as they don’t know what their credit score is.

Fortunately, there are ways to improve a credit score, but there are also many myths surrounding how to do so.

Consumers need facts, not misinformation. Read on to find out some simple ways to help your credit score rise.

18 Money Saving Ideas Instead of Small Loans

18 Money Saving Ideas Instead of Small Loans

People often turn to small loans when they find they are short on cash. Although this is a valuable resource to have in an emergency, individuals don’t have to rely on these loans for everyday expenses.

How to Enjoy Valentines Day on a Budget

How to Enjoy Valentines Day on a Budget

Since the day of chocolates and roses is almost approaching, how much attention should we all really be paying to the pressure to dig deeper into our wallets? Fancy jewelry, lavish bouquets or boxes of expensive chocolates are all sweet and lovely – but can they be pulled off on a budget? Moneyboat investigates!

Working from home – Money saver or Myth?

Working from home – Money saver or Myth?

Some people may be under the impression that working from home is as simple as pulling your laptop up in bed and earning some easy cash. Sounds like a breeze! But is this how it works in the real world? Moneyboat would like to uncover the home truths, around a home based income to help you ultimately decide whether working from home is right for you.