Providing excellent customer service is vitally important to us. When our clients tell us they’re unhappy with any part of the service we have provided, we do our best to put it right.
We treat any complaint as an opportunity to learn, improve and review our processes. We want to make it easy for our clients to tell us when there is a problem, which means ensuring that we are easy to contact, that we listen to feedback and that we act upon it promptly.
If you’re unhappy with any aspect of our service, we encourage you to let us know at the earliest opportunity so we can find a quick resolution. Resolutions can include: an apology; an explanation of what went wrong or a practical action to be taken to correct the problem.
Our complaints procedure is designed to ensure that any complaints are handled fairly, confidentially, and in an efficient manner.
This complaints procedure is totally separate to your right (if you are a Microbusiness Customer) to escalate any complaint relating to your energy supply to the Energy Ombudsman
Many problems can be resolved quickly and informally by talking directly with the person concerned or your dedicated account manager, and we recommend this as a first step.
If we aren’t able to resolve your concerns informally to your satisfaction, or if you don’t feel it’s appropriate to discuss the issue with the person concerned, please let our customer service team know.
You can do this by writing to us at:
Client Services Manager
Viking Business Park
Rolling Mill Road
Tyne and Wear
When writing to us, please include:
• What’s happened
• Why you’re dissatisfied
• What you’d like us to do to put things right
You can also email the above information to email@example.com. Or call us on 0191 367 5000 to speak to one of our customer service team (Opening hours: 08:30-17:00, Monday-Thursday, 09:00-15:00 Friday).
We will acknowledge your complaint within five working days of the complaint being raised. We will also aim to provide a substantive response and resolution within 28 working days. Occasionally, it isn’t possible to provide a full response in this timeframe. For example, we may need to liaise with a third party such as a supplier, which can take longer. Where this is the case, we’ll let you know when you can expect a full response.
If the matter is unresolved following stage two, your complaint will be passed to our Compliance department. They will complete a review and establish whether there are any further steps we can take to reach a resolution. This is the final stage of our Complaints Procedure.