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We resolve disputes between consumers and companies that are signed up to our scheme. Common complaints in the communications sector. Broadband internet Pay TV.

Thread starter Voldemort; Start date Oct 18, 2017; Voldemort Death eater. If you need advice or if you’d like to let us know about your experiences with a telecoms provider, this section of the website will be helpful. Oct 18, 2017 #1 … Contact details for the Ombudsman.

Our history dealing with complaints means we understand the most common types of problems and how to go about resolving them as quickly as possible. Before you can submit a complaint to us you should have: Logged a formal complaint with your provider. It's a free, independent service for customers who aren't satisfied with the final outcome of their complaints. About us. As well as visiting their website, you can call them on 0330 440 1614. Worked with your provider to resolve the complaint. If it's been eight weeks since you complained and we haven't been able to sort things out, you can refer your complaint to Ombudsman Services: Communications. Find out when you can take a complaint to the ombudsman. Our service is free, impartial and simple to use. You do not need legal help to take your case to an ADR scheme. An ombudsman can help resolve disputes with a company, but a certain procedure must be followed. ADR schemes act as an independent middleman between you and the firm, when your initial complaint cannot be resolved. We know how important it is to stay connected and how inconvenient it is to experience issues with a service that you rely on. Hello, we're Ombudsman Services. Communications firms that provide services to consumers and small businesses must be members of an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) scheme.