At Total Landlord Insurance we aim to provide our clients with the best possible service. If you are not satisfied with the level of service provided by us, we will endeavour to resolve this as soon as possible.
If you feel that you have cause to complain please follow the steps below.
How to make a Complaint
- Writing to The Business Delivery Director, Total Landlord Insurance, Premiere House, 1st Floor, Elstree Way, Borehamwood, WD6 1JH.
- Telephoning 0345 310 6300
- E-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Faxing 0345 310 6301
If your complaint concerns the provision of (or failure to provide) a service by another firm authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority, such as an insurer, we will promptly provide you with the full contact details for the firm and ensure that your complaint is re-directed to the correct company without delay.
We will endeavour to resolve your complaint at the earliest possible stage. We will thoroughly investigate the matter and will usually send our response to you in writing no later than eight weeks after receipt of your complaint.
We will keep you informed of our progress and the measures being taken to resolve your complaint. If our final response is not issued within eight weeks of the date we received your complaint, we will write to you explaining why we have been unable to resolve your complaint and indicate when we will make further contact. You are welcome to contact us at any time to check the status of our investigation.
Referring your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service
If, after making a complaint to us, you feel that the matter has not been resolved to your satisfaction (or if your complaint remains unresolved after 8 weeks of initially telling us); if you are an eligible complainant you may be able to refer your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman at:
Financial Ombudsman Service
South Quay Plaza
183 Marsh Wall
Tel: 0800 023 4567
In some circumstances a complaint may not be eligible for referral to the Financial Ombudsman Service. In such cases you will receive guidance from staff at the Ombudsman about your options, or you may wish to seek your own professional or legal advice.