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If you feel that your complaint hasn't been fully resolved after following the procedure above, you can refer your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) using the details below:
The Financial Ombudsman Service Exchange Tower London E14 9SR
Telephone: 0800 023 4567 or 0300 123 9 123 and (+44) 20 7964 0500 (from abroad)
You can request an external review of your complaint if we've been unable to resolve it within eight weeks, and you have six months from the date of our final response to refer your complaint to the FOS. These dispute resolution services are free to use.
If your complaint is eligible for further investigation, the FOS will look at all the facts available from both sides of the case before reaching a decision. If they think we have treated you fairly, they will tell you why. If they don't think we have treated you fairly, they will advise us how to put things right.
Although most complaints are eligible for further investigation by the FOS, this does not apply in every case. If you're in any doubt about whether your complaint is eligible for further investigation, you should contact the FOS direct for clarification. Details of the types of complaints the FOS will not consider are given on their website: www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk.
Alternatively, the European Commission also makes available an online dispute resolution platform which can be accessed at ec.europa.eu/odr