FCA's line on consumer calls

Coyle, Liz
September 2015
Money Marketing;9/24/2015, Issue 1502, p46
The article discusses policy statement and final rules released by the Great Britain Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) on how to improve complaints handling. It mentions that revised rules limit the cost of calls consumers make to firms to a maximum "basic rates."


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