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The Consumer Moneyfacts Survey is now open!

The Consumer Moneyfacts Survey is now open!

Category: Money

Updated: 06/10/2014
First Published: 06/10/2014

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Do you want to have your say about financial services providers? Well, you're in luck – the Consumer Moneyfacts Survey is ready and waiting to hear your views!

Between 6 October and 21 November 2014, millions of financial services customers just like you will be able to tell the world (or us) how they feel about the services and products available to them, with the results helping determine who will come out top at the Consumer Moneyfacts Awards next year.

The survey itself has been designed to highlight not just the best financial products, but also to recognise the institutions that deliver a consistently high level of service to customers, and you can tell us exactly what you think. There are three surveys to take part in, and each completed survey will enter you into a prize draw for the chance to win one of three £1,000 prizes.

There's a wide variety of categories in the awards, ranging from Car Insurance Provider of the Year to Current Account Provider of the Year, with additional awards including Remortgage Buyers' Choice and – the big one – the company that offers the best customer service, an award based on overall customer feedback.

The full list of categories and the shortlisted providers can be seen below. Moneyfacts has researched the market by assessing providers and products on their individual technical merit, and the final few are waiting to hear what you think.

Follow this link to take part in the survey - - and let the world know what you think about the products and services you use. Not only will you be helping to determine who wins on the night itself, but you could be a big winner, too!

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 Any products featured may be withdrawn by their provider or changed at any time.

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