How to submit a complaint
We regard a complaint as being:
‘any oral or written expression of dissatisfaction, whether justified or not, from, or on behalf of, a person about the provision of, or failure to provide, a financial service, which alleges that the complainant has suffered (or may suffer) financial loss, material distress or material inconvenience’.
We will provide a copy of this document on request and when acknowledging a complaint.
On receipt of a complaint, we will pass the details onto Compliance Officer, Steve Paterson who will be responsible for ensuring that any complaint will be dealt with promptly and fairly.
Making a Complaint
If you wish to make a complaint, we can be contacted as follows:
In writing: Cambridgeshire Money, 37 High Street, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 3AQ
By phone: 01733 736205
By email: email@example.com
In Person: At the address stated above
Acknowledging your Complaint
If your complaint cannot be resolved by the close of business on the third business day, following its receipt, we will promptly send you a written acknowledgement of your complaint, following its receipt.
If you make an oral complaint, our written acknowledgement will set out our understanding of your complaint.
If we have reasonable grounds to be satisfied that another firm may be solely or jointly responsible for the allegation(s) made, we will promptly forward the complaint, or the relevant part of it, to that firm. We will write to you to confirm our actions and provide contact details of the firm concerned.
Investigating your Complaint
Your complaint will be investigated by somebody who is competent and as far as is possible by an individual who is unconnected to the subject of your complaint.
Your complaint will be investigated diligently and will be assessed fairly, consistently and
promptly. We may ask you to submit copies of documentation and may request further information from you to assist us with our investigation.
We will take into account any documents and/or information you may provide in relation to your complaint.
Keeping you Informed.
If your complaint cannot be resolved by the close of the next 3 working days, following its receipt, we will ensure that you are regularly kept informed of our progress with regards to the investigation into your complaint.
Any progress updates will include:
• the reasons for any delay
• what further information / documents we require to resolve your complaint
• when you may expect to receive a further update / our Final Response letter
We will work towards completing our investigation into your complaint within eight weeks of its receipt
We will undertake a thorough investigation of your complaint which may take a little bit of
time. However in the event that we have been unable to conclude our enquiries within the eight week period, we will write to you and let you know when we expect to be in a position to issue our Final Response letter.
We will also provide you with details of your right to refer the matter to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS). The FOS can be contacted as follows:
The Financial Ombudsman Service
Tel: 0207 964 1000
You can also find out how to do this on the FOS’ website, , or by contacting the FOS on 0800 023 4567
Resolving your Complaint
When we have finalised our investigation into your complaint, we will issue our Final Response letter which will be:
• fair, clear and not misleading.
• provide details of our investigation and decision.
• if relevant, include any offer of remedial action or the appropriate level of redress (or both)
If you are not satisfied with our decision, you will have the right to refer the matter onto the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) within 6 months from the date of our Final Response letter, or you may lose that right. Details of this right and an explanatory leaflet will be provided.
You can be assured that we treat all complaints very seriously and we will conduct a full review of the issue(s) raised.