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Re: How long to get a response from the Executive Team?

Thanks for confirming. In rare circumstances incorrect charges can be incurred due to a crossed line - however this would usually come with other phone-line issues like receiving calls for someone else etc. have you had any problems like that? Has a tech-visit been arranged at this stage so the line can be checked over? 

 

Tom 

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Re: How long to get a response from the Executive Team?

Wouldn't know as we have never had a telephone plugged into the line (as I keep saying!)

Messaging service on 30th August kept me online for over 6 hours while refusing to do anything about it,  basically said I was lying about not having a phone - even though we've never used the phone line in over 3 years of being here.  So no, no investigation or solution offered - hence my email to CEO.  Not getting a response to that is just adding insult to injury. 

 

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Re: How long to get a response from the Executive Team?

OK I think that would be the best course of action to take first of all I'm sorry that's not been arranged until now - once an engineer has been able to check things over we can ensure that your complaint is followed up on. I'll get in touch via PM to confirm some details and hope to hear back from you soon. 

 

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Re: How long to get a response from the Executive Team?

'contacting the "Executive Team" is not a valid way to open a complaint'.

If you contact the CEO (currently Lutz Schueler.) you will get a reply as below!!

We would like to thank you for taking the time to contact us today.

We are very sorry to hear that you are unhappy and we will endeavour to resolve your issues as soon as possible.  

We have passed your email onto a member of the Executive Complaints team and they will be in touch as soon as possible in order to assist you with your queries.

We look forward to discussing this matter with you in the future.

Kind regards, 

Ganesh Suresh1

On behalf of Lutz Schueler.

That's where the 'executive team' bit comes from....also, the e-mail has a vm ref number as the header, as below (which came form one of mine) 

vmref:COM104198008 (KMM53700698V16863L0KM), 

and this is the ref number to use when requesting further response, (I had none after 4 weeks) so have now taken it further....

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Re: How long to get a response from the Executive Team?

I have the same generic email saying on behalf of Lutz  whatever...that was 5 weeks ago, and am still waiting for a reason why vm are not complying with a CISAS order since September!!

HOW ARE THEY ALLOWED TO GET AWAY WITH THIS AND NOT COMPLY???

 

 

 

 

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Re: How long to get a response from the Executive Team?

contract CISAS
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Re: How long to get a response from the Executive Team?

Hi RosariaD 

 

Thank you for getting in touch with us here on the Community. 

 

I have taken a look at the history regarding the complaint and can see you have had private messages with my colleague John. 

 

John has advised of the next steps regarding the complaint within his last message to you. 

 

Please let me know if you have any questions. 

 

 

 

 

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Re: How long to get a response from the Executive Team?

'If you didn't get a reply after 28 days ask for a deadlock letter and go to CISAS'

Not so according to CICAS website, 

An application to CISAS can be made after:
• You have exhausted the company’s complaints procedure, and / or
It has been 8 weeks since you first raised your complaint with the company, 

Before the 8 weeks, CICAS will not allow you to complain, they will tell you to wait 8 weeks...Been there, done that...(my 8 weeks are up on 14th January, have sent recorded delivery letter yesterday, stating that I request a Deadlock letter if complaint not resolved by 14th) 

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