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Derin Clark

Derin Clark

Online Reporter
Published: 17/11/2020

Consumers have just days left to have their say on which brands should be named winners at the annual Moneyfacts Consumers Awards and be in with a chance of winning £1,000 themselves by filling in our Consumer Survey.

The survey, which can be filled out here, enables consumers to rate the experience they have received from financial companies. There are three surveys to complete in total, which together should take a maximum of 15 minutes to complete, and for each survey completed an entry is made into a prize draw to receive £1,000 (terms and conditions apply).

Surveys must be submitted by midnight on Friday 20 November 2020.

Commenting on the survey, Michelle Monck, head of digital at Moneyfacts.co.uk, said: “The annual survey for the Moneyfacts Consumer Awards has proven to be popular again, with tens of thousands of consumers having already shared their experiences of the financial services industry. The results this year will have even more meaning than ever before, with millions of consumers needing the help and support of their financial services providers during the turbulence of the Coronavirus pandemic. Consumers still have time to vote for their favourite financial services brands, share their feedback about their experiences and get the opportunity to win £1,000.”

More information about the survey can be found here.

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