Aylesbury & District Citizens Advice
About our advice service
When you telephone us we will give you a quick initial interview so that we can agree the best way to help you. We might then give you information, useful contacts, or if your enquiry is more complex , you may be offered further help in bureau or by phoning you back .
If nobody is available to answer your call , you will be offered a number of choices:listening to recorded information, speaking to a different organisation or waiting in a queue. You may choose to try again .
If you call from a mobile number you will be asked to provide a local landline number. This is to identify where you are calling from so that we can put you through to the next available person. It can be any landline number with a local dialling code:this will not affect your confidentiality as the number will not be used for any other purpose.
If you want to save call costs from a mobile phone, a cheaper alternative number is provided when you call us.
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