One week left to go in our Consumer Opinion Survey
There's just a week left to have your say about the financial companies you deal with by voting in the Moneywise Consumer Opinion Survey 2014.
Does your current account provider give you good customer service? How much do you trust your car insurer to give you a fair price? It's time to reveal all.
Now in its sixth year, our survey asks you to vote for the financial providers you rate most highly, based on the customer service experience you've had, so we can discover who are Britain's most trusted companies. We also want to know which firms are failing consumers.
Last year, you named Barclays as the worst provider. Has it done enough to change your mind this year?
More than 35,000 of you have already logged on to the online survey and your votes will decide the winners of this year's Moneywise Customer Service Awards.
One lucky survey respondent will win £1,000 in cash and another five will win £100 of M&S shopping vouchers.
So to share your own experience of the UK's financial services companies, vote now at moneywise.co.uk/consumersurvey.
The survey closes on Monday 31 March 2014.
An account opened with a clearing bank (few building societies offer current accounts) that provides the ability to draw cash (usually via a debit card) or cheques from the account. Some pay fairly minimal rates of interest if the account is in credit. Most current accounts insist your monthly income (salary or pension) is paid directly in each month and they offer a number of optional services – such as overdrafts and charge cards – which are negotiable but will incur fees.