Consumer watchdog, the Consumer’s Association (CA) has complained to the UK’s Offer of Fair Trading (OFT) that Apple’s iTunes Music Store is ripping-off consumers, reports Macworld UK. “The complaint relates to how much Apple charges UK iTunes customers for tracks – 79p, approximately 1.2 Euros. But Apple’s French and German customers are charged just 0.99 Euros – a 20 per cent difference for an identical service.”