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The Moneyfacts Consumer Survey, which asks you lovely people to tell us what you think of the financial institutions in your life and offers the chance to win one of three £1,000 prizes, has now surpassed an impressive 100,000 completed responses, putting it on track to be the biggest yet.
With nearly three weeks left for consumers to share their opinions, those who haven't completed the survey still have until 16 November to help us reach a new record. The more people tell us how they feel about the services and products they have experience with, the more accurate the results of the Moneyfacts Consumer Awards are going to be – so why not vote?
"It's great that the survey has had such a large response, with so many looking to have their say about our shortlisted companies," Jayms Brooks, senior digital marketing manager at Moneyfacts.co.uk, commented. The worthy awards winners will be announced on 23 January 2019, after which you might see your favourite financial firm sport a nice Awards winner badge on their marketing materials or branch posters.
As we stated when the shortlists were announced, this badge can be a great and quick way for people to see which financial institutions have been given not just the Moneyfacts seal of approval, but also yours. That said, for more day-to-day financial considerations, the Best Buys are likely still a good first port of call.
However, if you want to influence who wins the big awards prizes, and stand a chance of winning some nice money yourself, simply click through to this link to start filling in the survey.
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