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nigel woollsey

Nigel Woollsey

Online Writer
Published: 26/09/2019

Voting opens soon for say on financial services

The Moneyfacts Consumer Awards give UK consumers the chance to have their say on which products and providers have gone above and beyond in their service offerings.

Moneyfacts analyses its financial services data to identify the top performing products across banking, insurance, mortgages and more. These are placed onto a shortlist for UK consumers to vote for their favourites.

Voting is completed online and can be done in the time it takes to enjoy a cup of tea!

 

Register now for the chance to win £1000!

Everyone who takes part in our voting will be entered into a prize draw to win one of three £1000 prizes. You can reference the terms and conditions here.

Two of last year's winners both had plans for their winnings, Robert Murray planned to splash out on a steam railway holiday and Mark Talbot was putting the funds to good use to help with renovating his home. 

We want your vote!

We're now inviting members of the public to register to vote which will open on October 7th. Click below to have your say. 

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