We are committed to dealing with complaints fairly and impartially. We understand that this can be a difficult and stressful time. In order to help resolve your complaint quickly and to your satisfaction we require that you follow our Code of Conduct.

Our Code of Conduct helps us to:

  • Allow our staff to work in a safe and abuse-free environment

  • Ensure we can spend the appropriate time and effort on genuine cases

  • Get the best possible outcome for all parties involved

Our commitment to you:

  • We will address your complaint in accordance with our complaints procedure

  • We will be impartial throughout

  • We will endeavour to resolve your complaints in an expedient manner

  • We will endeavour to maintain communication with you throughout

Your commitment to us:

  • You will be respectful to our staff and our representatives

  • You will give us a reasonable time frame to respond to your correspondence

  • You will not fabricate or withhold information or fail to specify the grounds for a complaint

  • You will cooperate fully with the complaints investigation

  • You will respect that there are issues outside of our remit and authority. We may not be able to resolve your complaint to your satisfaction

  • You will respect the outcome of our complaints process

Breaches and Appeals

Decisions made to reject a complaint or cease complaint handling as a result of a breach of our Code of Conduct are taken by the Certsure Customer Relations Manager. If we believe that a breach of the Code of Conduct has occurred, we will communicate with you in writing confirming our action and the reasons for doing so. 

In certain circumstances, we may request that any communication made to us is restricted to a certain format or member of our staff. 

You have the right to appeal a decision. Appeals will be reviewed by a member of the Certsure Senior Leadership Team or nominated deputy.