The Consumer Money Survey is your chance to have your say on the financial products that are important to you.
Run in conjunction with AOL/Wallet Pop and MyMoney24, the Consumer Money Survey gives you, the public, the chance to rate the financial products and providers that you use every day. The survey will request that respondents rate each provider that they have done business with in the preceding 12 months.
Taking an average score for each provider, Moneyfacts will ensure fairness across responses from different sized organisations. There are three sections: family finance, household finance and personal finance.
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The three sections include the following categories:
Best Pet Insurance Provider
Best Car Insurance Provider
Best Health Care Provider
Best Insurance Provider
Best Travel Money Provider
Best House Insurance Provider
Best Communications Service
Best Energy Provider
First Time Buyers' Choice
Best High Street Mortgage Provider
Remortgage Buyers' Choice
Best Pre-Paid Card
Best Current Account Provider
Best Student Account Provider
Best High Street Savings Provider
Best Online Savings Provider
Best ISA Provider
Best Online Banking Provider
"This survey represents a chance for consumers to have their say on the financial products that are important to them, whether that be a credit card, an ISA or pet insurance," said Sylvia Waycot, publishing director at Moneyfacts Group.
"We want to hear from consumers whether they feel their service provider leaves much to be desired or deserves some recognition for outstanding service and products."
As well as having your say, you will be entered into a draw to win £1,000 for each of the three sections you vote in. The Consumer Money Survey will run until 26 November 2010, with the three lucky £1,000 winners announced in January.
Disclaimer: Information is correct as of the date of publication (shown at the top of this article). Any products featured may be withdrawn by their provider or changed at any time.
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