Carparison Complaints Policy
Here at Carparison we want to open the door on a simple, fuss-free vehicle leasing experience that leaves you feeling entirely satisfied. Your experiences and feedback help us shape the way we work, and help us achieve our ultimate goal of putting you in the driving seat of your perfect lease vehicle.
We do understand, however, that there are moments when you might like to give us some feedback, and rest assured we like to hear the good, bad and ugly… though hopefully there’s little of the latter. We’ve made it simple, so click on one of the buttons below and give us your views.
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If you wish to make a complaint please contact Carparison using the options below or in writing to our head office address: Carparison, Unit 2 Jacks Way, Hill Barton Industrial Estate, Clyst St Mary, Exeter, Ex5 1FG and we will be happy to respond.
Alternatively; you can contact us by e-mail at; firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on; 01395 200 333. If we cannot settle things to your satisfaction directly you may be entitled to refer your complaint on to the Financial Services Ombudsman Service.
We will confirm that we have received your valuable feedback and commit to coming back to you within five working days with a resolution. Hopefully it will be sooner, but sometimes it will take us a little longer as we may need to liaise with our third party funders or dealerships. If further investigation is required in order to meet a suitable and informed resolution of the complaint, we are allowed up to 8 weeks to return a final response letter. In any case, we will keep you informed along the way by your preferred method of communication.
All feedback is reviewed and investigated by our General Sales Manager, Matt, as well as our senior management team.
While we hope to meet a positive resolution, there could be instances where we aren’t able to resolve the matter as you may desire. If you disagree with our decision we recommend that you contact our regulators - The BVLRA. You need to complete their complaints form and submit it in writing or via email@example.com.
If all internal complaints processes have been exhausted and the complaint is not resolved, a complaint must be submitted to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS). The complaint should be made within 6 months of our final complaint conclusion. They can be contacted on 0800 023 4567, via their website or at the following address: Financial Ombudsman Service, Exchange Tower, London, E14 9SR