Perfect Loan Match Complaints Procedure

Perfect Loan Match is committed to excellence in customer service and to treating its customers fairly. It recognises that from time to time things can go wrong, which means you may need to make a complaint. All complaints are investigated fairly and thoroughly, so that we can resolve your issue, and, where we have made a mistake, for us to learn from your complaint.

How do I complain?

In the event that you ever have to complain to us, you should contact:

Perfect Loan Match St Johns Street Tunbridge Wells Kent TN4 9PH

or by phone 0121 737 8420 or by email info@perfectloanmatch.co.uk

Do I have to make the complaint in writing?

No. We are happy to accept complaints by telephone on the above number. Please make it clear that you are registering a complaint and make a note of the name of the person you spoke to and the date on which you rang.

What happens next?

How long with the investigation take?

We will investigate your complaint as quickly as possible. We will aim to complete our investigation within eight weeks of receiving the complaint and you will always receive our final response in this timeframe. If we cannot come to a conclusion in that time, we will tell you why and refer you to the Financial Ombudsman Service.

What happens at the end of the investigation?

We will send you a final letter, which will either uphold your complaint and let you know how we plan to resolve it, or reject it.

What if I am not satisfied with your decision?

If, for any reason, you are not happy with our decision, or if we have been unable to reach a conclusion to our investigations, then you will be entitled to refer your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service. Their contact details are as follows:

Telephone: 0300 123 9 123 or 0800 023 4567

Email: complaint.info@financial-ombudsman.org.uk

Post: Financial Ombudsman Service Exchange Tower London E14 9SR

Please note that we are not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, which means you are not entitled to compensation from the scheme if we cannot meet our obligations.

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