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West Oxfordshire CAB

West Oxfordshire CAB is made up of two CAB's , Witney CAB and Chipping Norton Please select a bureau from below for more information

Witney CAB

Address: The Old Print House, Marlborough Lane, Witney, Oxfordshire, OX28 6DY

West Oxfordshire CAB (Witney)

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Chipping Norton

From 1st April 2015 we will be at the following address:

Address: Chipping Norton Health Centre, Russell Way, Chipping Norton, Oxon, OX7 5FA

West Oxfordshire CAB (Chipping Norton)

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  • Petrified about pensions? Read CONSUMER VOICE.

    Date: 03/06/2015

    Read the latest Consumer Voice newsletter for the CEP for the South East here. Or download and print. Follow out tweets @OxfordConsumer or find us on Facebook (CEPforSE).

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  • Over-55s repeatedly targeted by pension scammers

    Date: 14/08/2015

    Following the so-called 'pension freedoms' which came into force in April, figures from our consumer team show a predictable rise in pension scams. Victims stand to lose thousands of pounds from their private pension pots.

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  • Citizens Advice responds to IDS speech

    Date: 25/08/2015

    Ian Duncan Smith announced plans yesterday to reform the controversial ESA benefit which Citizens Advice has been campaigning about for several years under the banner #fitforwork. Read here what CEO Gillian Guy had to say in response.

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  • Renters' rights and the Property Ombudsman

    Date: 25/08/2015

    Many could be forgiven for wondering who TPO is. The Property Ombudsman is there for private renters to get redress for poor letting agent practice. A casework director from TPO has written a blog on how they can help you.

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  • The Debt Business: rent, fuel, council tax are the current issues

    Date: 26/08/2015

    Interviewed on a BBC Radio 4 documentary, Gillian Guy said there had been a shift away from problems with credit cards towards household debt issues - just making ends meet.

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