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Or paid for goods or services from a supplier but didn’t get your money’s worth?
Conor Pope’s Consumer 999 is a brand new investigative consumer series.
If you are interested to witness, and maybe even take part in the show, please get in touch. Have you recently been the victim of a rogue builder?
Last year's series was hit by several controversies; former Miss Great Britain, Zara Holland, was stripped of her crown after having sex with fellow housemate Alex Bowen on the show.
They must also have a valid UK passport, and be free for a minimum of seven consecutive weeks over the summer.
Hopefuls are asked a series of questions, including last relationship details, if you've ever been married or engaged, and how your friends would describe you.
It outlines the ideal contestant, saying they're on the look out for "vibrant singles from across the UK, who want to head to the sun, in search of a summer of love.
"The chosen cast will spend time in a luxury villa, getting to know one another - but to remain in paradise; they must win the hearts of the public who ultimately decide who stays on the Island." In order to apply the show requires participants to be at least 18.