The consumer watchdog released new research claiming that Expedia, and Agoda, among others, are still indulging in practices outlawed by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).

In February, the CMA ordered Expedia,, Trivago,, Agoda and Ebooker to stop pressuring consumers to buy by giving a false impression of a hotel’s popularity, not displaying full costs upfront and advertising dishonest discounts. However, Which? has revealed that these methods continue to be used.

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