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Consumer Money Survey: Who’s hot and who’s not

Consumer Money Survey: Who’s hot and who’s not

Category: Money

Updated: 08/11/2010
First Published: 08/11/2010

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The Consumer Money Survey has clearly caught the imagination of the public with thousands of votes already cast.

With competition being so fierce it is up to you to tell us how you feel about the financial products that are important to you.

Perhaps you have received exemplary service from your house insurance provider or felt forced to take your savings business elsewhere because you thought your provider wasn't up to scratch.

However you feel we want to hear from you.

There are three sections: family finance, household finance and personal finance.

You can take the survey here.

"Recent years have proved to be tough for the personal finance industry but there are still a number of examples of combining great products with outstanding service levels to great effect," said Sylvia Wacott, publishing director at Moneyfacts Group.

"It is only right that this is showcased, especially given how quickly their failings are highlighted."

If you haven't yet registered your vote, don't worry as the survey doesn't close until 26 November 2010.

In addition to adding your opinion to the debate in the Consumer Money Survey, you could give yourself three chances to win £1,000!

You will be entered into a draw to win £1,000 for each of the three sections you vote in, with the lucky winners announced in January.

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.

The three sections include the following categories:

Family finance

  • Best Pet Insurance Provider
  • Best Car Insurance Provider
  • Best Health Care Provider
  • Best Insurance Provider
  • Best Travel Money Provider
Household finance
  • Best House Insurance Provider
  • Best Communications Service
  • Best Energy Provider
  • First Time Buyers' Choice
  • Best High Street Mortgage Provider
  • Remortgage Buyers' Choice

Personal Finance

  • 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
  • Best Branch

Get voting!

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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