Whilst we aim to achieve a high level of service this policy is designed to provide guidance on the way in which A.C. Cars (Sussex) Ltd and its associated companies receive and manage complaints. We want to help you, our customer, to resolve your complaint as quickly as possible.
This policy covers:
A complaint is an expression of dissatisfaction whether justified or not. Sometimes a problem can be resolved quickly, simply by speaking to a member of our staff or a manager in the relevant department. However, if the member of staff considering the matter believes that a more substantive review will be required in order to respond to the issues raised, your complaint will be considered under the formal complaint procedure.
We treat all complaints seriously, whatever format they are received in
You will be treated with courtesy at all times
We will deal with your complaint promptly. An acknowledgement of your complaint will be sent to you within 5 working days
We will keep you updated and let you know when we expect to be able to reply in full
Complaints received are logged and analysed for business improvement
Complaints can be made and received in a variety of ways; by phone, e-mail or letter, but where possible complaints should be made in writing, so that the details of the complaint are clear and complete.
Please provide the following:
A.C.Cars (Sussex) Ltd
Sales E-mail: [email protected]
Service E-mail: [email protected]
We aim to resolve complaints at the earliest possible opportunity. If your complaint relates to the sale of a financial product and you feel that it has not been resolved to your expectations, you have the right to refer your case to Financial Ombudsman Service.
To contact the FOS, please call: 0300 123 9123 or visit https://www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk/
Or alternatively, you can write to the FOS via:
Financial Ombudsman Service
Exchange Tower, London
Email: [email protected]
All complaints received are treated with confidentiality and in accordance with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 2018.
Complaints are analysed quarterly by the Compliance Department for the identification of systemic or recurring problems including the time taken to resolve. This helps us to take a closer look at how we can improve our service delivery. Where problems are identified, consideration will be given to the action needed to address these problems.