Keep up to date with the latest news from Ombudsman Services.
Our christmas opening hours are now confirmed for the 2020 festive period.
Read more | Dec 16, 2020
The UK government set out plans to “clean up” the energy system and keep energy bills affordable as part of the transition to net zero carbon by 2050.
Read more | Dec 14, 2020
A copy of an email/letter that we have sent to customers who had a complaint about Yorkshire Energy open with us at the time the company ceased trading on 2 December 2020.
Read more | Dec 11, 2020
Trade association Energy UK has today (Tuesday 1 December) launched its Vulnerability Commitment, under which suppliers serving nearly three quarters of the domestic market have pledged to improve the support they provide to vulnerable households.
Read more | Dec 01, 2020
Policymakers are being urged to give any SME with an unresolved energy or telecoms complaint access to independent redress. Ombudsman Services, which handles complaints in both sectors, says the move would boost the post-Covid economic recovery by helping small and medium-sized firms survive and thrive.
Read more | Nov 25, 2020
A copy of an email/letter that we have sent to customers who had a complaint about Tonik Energy open with us at the time the company ceased trading on 6 October 2020.
Read more | Last updated Oct 15, 2020
This Autumn we'll publish the 2020 Consumer Action Monitor, a trusted and respected barometer of customer service and customer experience in Great Britain.
Read more | Sep 02, 2020
New research by Ofcom highlights which phone and broadband companies are providing their customers with the best and worst service. Ed Dodman, Director of Regulatory Affairs at Ombudsman Services, has responded with our comments.
Read more | Aug 21, 2020
Ofgem has today announced that the energy price cap will fall by £84 to £1,042 a year from October – the lowest level since the cap was introduced last year.
Read more | Aug 07, 2020
Covid-19 prompted an unprecedented drop in complaining as consumers mellowed and showed companies more patience during lockdown, a survey has found.
The average number of complaints per person plummeted from 3.7 pre-lockdown to just 0.95 in May – by far the lowest number in the seven-year history of the Consumer Action Monitor report.
Read more | Aug 06, 2020