Last week, our Director of Marketing & Communications, Melanie Darvall, was invited to celebrate the first birthday of the Keep Me Posted Campaign which was hosted by Baroness Wilcox at the House of Lords.
Picture shows Melanie Darvall, Director of Marketing at Whistl and Judith Donovan, Chair of Keep Me Posted
We are one of more than 50 organisations supporting the Keep Me Posted Campaign which is a partnership of charities and interest groups fighting for the right for consumers to choose how they receive communications from their service providers, banks etc.
Many utility companies, banks and other service providers are increasing the trend to switch their customers to mainly digital communications rather than sending a paper copy to them. This is not always suitable for many of the UK consumers, with some not having access to a computer or the internet. Some even prefer to receive their statements and bills on paper for filing and storing.
The campaign is fighting to help consumers have the right to choose how they receive their information without any penalty of additional charges. So far Wessex Water, Dwr Cymru Welsh Water and Principality Building Society have pledged not to penalise customers for preferring to receive their information on paper.
To find out more about the campaign visit www.keepmeposteduk.com
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