We hope the service that we provide to all our customers meets, and indeed exceeds, their expectations. However, we appreciate that sometimes, despite our best care and attention, things can go wrong and you feel the need to complain. This document details how you can do this, and what we will do when we receive your complaint.
How To Complain
You can make your complaint in a number of convenient ways:
If you are sending your complaint to us, please ensure that:
We would also find it useful if you could provide the following, however, this is optional and we will still investigate your complaint without it:
What We Will Do
When we receive your complaint we will start by sending you an acknowledgement of your complaint. We will include details of the senior manager who will be handling this. We will also send you a copy of this document so you have it to hand. This will be sent to you within 5 business days of us receiving your complaint.
We will then investigate the complaint.
Within 8 weeks of us receiving your complaint we will either:
In both of these cases, we will provide you with details of the Legal Ombudsman whom you will then be entitled to refer the matter to if you are unhappy with our response, or do not want to wait beyond the 8-week time limit.
Please note, you will not be able to refer the case to the Legal Ombudsman unless you have given us the opportunity to investigate it first.
The Legal Ombudsman
The Legal Ombudsman is a free arbitration service which is provided to review and adjudicate on complaints where the complainant is not satisfied with the businesses response or has taken more than 8 weeks to issue a final response and the complainant is not willing to wait any longer.
The Legal Ombudsman website can be found at www.legalombudsman.org.uk
They can also be contacted by:
There are some important time limits that you must observe if you want to refer your complaint against us to the Legal Ombudsman. These limits are:
If the referral of your complaint does not meet both time limits the Legal Ombudsman may not be able to investigate it.
Redbridge Finance Limited