About the Citizens Advice service.
Advice on tips on preparing for and making phone calls to organisations or businesses. Good preparation ahead of the call will help you get the best outcome.
Our strategic framework 2019-2022 sets out how we'll deliver an even better service for the millions of people who come to us each year.
How to get free, confidential, impartial and independent advice from over 250 locations. Details of how to get advice in person, over the phone, by email and access services for the deaf. Includes information for NHS complaints, consumer problems, pensions and the Armed Services.
Find a bureau near you by entering a postcode or the name or a town/city.
Information and paperwork that you should take with you when you visit a Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) to help the adviser deal with your case more efficiently.
Contacting Citizens Advice consumer service by phone or on-line if you need further help with a consumer problem.
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