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By now you should have logged a complaint with your provider. If you haven’t heard anything from them, get in touch to see where your complaint is up to. You should have waited six to eight weeks for a resolution or received a deadlock letter referring you to us.

Which provider do you have an issue with?

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We’ll assess if we can deal with your complaint.

We have a set of rules that govern the complaints we can and cannot accept for review. Once you submit your details we’ll use these rules to assess your complaint to see if we can help.

You can take a look at the energy terms of reference or the communications terms of reference. for more detail.

Types of complaints we can review.

We resolve complaints about all sorts of things, such as:

  • Billing.
  • Customer service.
  • Installations / delays.
  • Switching suppliers.
  • Loss of service.
  • Sales.
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Types of complaints we can't review.

We aim to help as many people as we can, but there are some circumstances when we will not be able to review a complaint, such as:

  • The complaint occurred before the provider signed up to our scheme.
  • A court or another independent body has already reviewed the complaint.
  • A court or another organisation is in the process of considering your complaint.
  • Your issue needs to be considered by a court, regulator or other independent body.
  • A complaint has been raised to deliberately cause inconvenience to a company.
  • A complaint with no real merit or value which has no prospect of succeeding.