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The Consumer Moneyfacts Awards brochure is live!

The Consumer Moneyfacts Awards brochure is live!

Category: Money

Updated: 13/03/2015
First Published: 13/03/2015

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The Consumer Moneyfacts Awards took place on 22 January at the London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square. The ceremony showcased the best of the financial services industry, and crowned providers that excel in customer service and offer products that can't be beaten.

Better yet, these awards are all about you, the consumer, with the winners chosen through a combination of in-depth technical analysis and honest customer feedback. In fact, over 70,000 of you took part in our survey to help choose the winners – your opinions really do matter!

So, if you want to see how your views influenced the outcome of the awards, check out our Survey Results brochure. You'll find out more about the winners and will hear just why they were chosen, and it could give you a few ideas about which providers you may want to seek out next time you're choosing a financial product.

Check out the brochure here, and remember to be on the lookout for next year's survey – not only could you help influence the results to crown the providers who truly are deserving, but you could even win £1,000! In the meantime, happy reading, and we'll see you again next year.

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 Any products featured may be withdrawn by their provider or changed at any time.

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