Customer satisfaction is not only important to us, at Pay Weekly Carpets & Blinds Ltd we put customers at the very heart of our business.
From the outset, our approach has always been to offer the highest standards of customer care – so if any of our clients are not 100% happy with our service, we want to know. We investigate every complaint thoroughly and assess any concerns fairly and promptly, no matter how small. We understand that a swift and positive resolution is in all of our interests and we will make every effort to ensure that happens.
What to do if you have a complaint
Firstly, please get in touch as soon as possible and let us know about the problem. You can choose to contact us via any of the following methods:
Call: 0330 111 0111
Write: My Pay Weekly Carpets & Blinds Ltd
Unit 15 Portobello Trade Park
Our complaints process
Communication is key so rest assured, we will respond promptly to your complaint and keep you informed of our approach and timescales as we deal with it. Please bear in mind that some more complex issues may require time to investigate thoroughly, but we will advise you of what to expect. The timescales we adhere to are detailed below.
We will respond to your complaint (usually by phone or email) within three working days of receipt. Some issues can be resolved quickly and, if we are able to reach a satisfactory conclusion within this timescale, we will endeavour to do so. In this instance, we will then write to you to confirm the outcome.
By day 4
If your complaint has not been resolved straight away, we will write to you within five working days of your complaint being received and formally acknowledge that we are dealing with it. If your complaint relates to our consumer credit regulated activities, we will also provide you with a copy of the Financial Ombudsman Service Leaflet.
By 4 weeks
More complex issues can take longer to address however, if after 28 days (4 weeks), your complaint has not been resolved, we will write to you again to confirm that our investigations are continuing.
By 8 Weeks
In the unlikely event that we have not been able to provide a final response to your complaint after 56 days (8 weeks), we will write to you again. This letter will give you an update on our progress; it will also include details of how to refer your complaint to The Financial Ombudsman, should you wish to do so.
About The Financial Ombudsman
This is an impartial service. The Financial Ombudsman deals with complaints between individual customers and businesses, once they have reached the point where they cannot reach a satisfactory outcome themselves.
You can contact The Financial Ombudsman if:
If you decide to contact The Financial Ombudsman, you should do so within six months of receiving our final response to your complaint.
Further information can be found at: