It can be hard to get your complaint heard, and even harder to get it resolved. Below, we explain everything you need to know to effectively complain to BT, including the relevant addresses, social media pages and chief executive details.
For those with a grievance against BT, we’ve listed everything you need to know below to get your complaint heard and resolved.
How to complain directly to BT
BT’s customer service team is on 0800 432 0137. You can also complain via online chat or e-form here – you’ll need your customer account number.
Alternatively, customers can write to BT Correspondence Centre, Providence Row, Durham, DH98 1BT.
Sending a letter to the CEO marked “private and confidential” used to be an effective way of getting a complaint resolved, but it’s less successful now that so many people do it. However, it may be worthwhile contacting the CEO of BT Group by email.
BT Group’s chief executive Philip Jansen can be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.org. For more chief executive information visit: ceoemail.com.
How to complain via social media
Alternatively, try contacting the supplier on its Facebook page.
If your complaint hasn’t been resolved within eight weeks, or you’re not happy with the outcome, you can make a formal complaint to the communications ombudsman service.
This is a free, impartial service for communications consumers. It will investigate customer complaints and its decision is binding, so BT would have to pay up if it found in your favour.
Call: 0330 440 1614 or write to Ombudsman Services: Communications, PO Box 730, Warrington, WA4 6WU.