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Moneyfacts Consumer Money Survey is in full swing

Moneyfacts Consumer Money Survey is in full swing

Category: Money

Updated: 09/11/2010
First Published: 09/11/2010

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The Consumer Money Survey is in full swing with thousands of votes cast since it was opened.

Here, we give a rundown of all the categories and finalists that are vying for your votes.

Moneyfacts has researched the market by assessing providers and products on their individual technical merit and, as a result, the following providers have been shortlisted to provide the basis for the consumer feedback.

You can take the survey here.

Best Pet Insurance Provider

Best Health Insurance Provider

Argos
ASDA
Churchill
Healthy Pets

M&S Money
More Th>n
Pet Plan
Sainsbury's

Aviva UK Health
AXA PPP Healthcare
Bupa
CS Healthcare

Simplyhealth
Standard Life Healthcare
Tesco
WPA

Best Car Insurance Provider

Best Travel Insurance Provider

Direct Line

Kwik Fit
LV =
M&S Money

Prudential
Sheila's Wheels
Swiftcover
The AA

Columbus Direct
Direct Line
Direct Travel Insurance
first direct

LV =
M&S Money
Tesco
The Post Office

Best Travel Money Provider

Best Communication Service Provider

M&S Money
NatWest/RBS
No 1 Currency
Tesco

The Post Office
Thomas Cook
Thomson
Travelex

BT
O2
Orange
Plusnet

Sky
Talk Talk
Utility Warehouse
Virgin Media

Best Home Insurance Provider

Best Energy Provider

Direct Home Insurance
Greenbee
Lloyds TSB
M&S Money

Nationwide
Sheila's Wheels
The Co-operative Insurance
The Post Office

British Gas

E.ON
EDF Energy
Npower

OVO Energy
Sainsbury's
Scottish & Southern
Scottish Power

First Time Buyer's Mortgage Choice

Remortgage Buyer's Choice

Halifax

HSBC
Lloyds TSB
Nationwide

NatWest/RBS
The Co-operative Bank
The Post Office
Yorkshire Building Society

Barclays (Woolwich)
first direct

HSBC
ING Direct

Nationwide BS
The Co-operative Bank
The One account
Yorkshire Building Society

Best High Street Mortgage Provider

Best Credit Card Provider

Barclays (Woolwich)
Halifax
HSBC
Lloyds TSB (C&G)

Nationwide BS
NatWest/RBS
Santander
The Co-operative Bank

Barclaycard
Capital One Bank
Halifax/Bank of Scotland
M&S Money

NatWest/RBS
Sainsbury's Finance
Tesco Bank
Virgin Money

Best Pre-paid Card Provider

Best Student Account Provider

Cashplus
CaxtonFX
ClearCash
FairFX

O2
Travelex
Tuxedo
Virgin Money

Barclays Bank
Clydesdale/Yorkshire Bank
Halifax/Bank of Scotland
HSBC

Lloyds TSB
NatWest/RBS
Santander
The Co-operative Bank

Best Current Account Provider

Best High Street Savings Provider

Barclays Bank

first direct
Halifax/Bank of Scotland
HSBC

Lloyds TSB
NatWest/RBS
Santander
The Co-operative Bank

Barclays Bank
Halifax
HSBC
Nationwide BS

NatWest/RBS
Santander
The Co-operative Bank
The Post Office

Best Online Savings Provider

Best Online Banking Provider

Cahoot
Egg
first direct
FirstSave

ICICI Bank UK
ING Direct
Smile

Barclays Bank
Halifax
HSBC
Lloyds TSB

Nationwide BS
NatWest/RBS
Santander
The Co-operative Bank

Best ISA Provider

Best Branch

Aldermore
Barclays Bank
Halifax
Leeds Building Society

M&S Money
Nationwide BS
Newcastle Building Society
Santander

Customers will be given the option to select their own branch if they feel that the level of service given there is 'beyond the call of duty'.

Best Customer Service

This award will be presented to the provider showing the best customer service response across all the preceding categories.

Remember, a vote cast in each of the three sections – family finance, household finance and personal finance – means you will be entered into a draw to win £1,000!

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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