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How do I make a Wickes complaint using Resolver?
If you want to make a complaint about Wickes using Resolver, then the process could not be simpler. Read and understand your consumer rights then answer a few simple questions to help Resolver prepare your email (which you can review and edit) that clarifies the issue, and gets the best from your complaint. You will be given the option to make your complaint by phone via our mobile app.
How does my Wickes case file work?
Resolver allows you to keep a record of any email correspondence sent between you and Wickes, as well any phone calls made via our mobile app. You can make private notes about your case as well as set yourself reminders. Furthermore, Resolver sends you notifications when it's time to escalate your case to help keep things on track. If you cannot resolve your complaint with Wickes, Resolver enables you to escalate it to the relevant regulatory body – the contents of your case file is sent as supporting evidence.
Is it free to make a Wickes complaint via Resolver?
Absolutely. Making any complaint via Resolver will never involve any costs for you, the consumer, other than the cost of any phone calls you make (at the cost of a national-rate call).
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|Wickes originated as a modest lumber business in Michigan, USA back in 1854. Today its UK business includes more than 220 DIY stores selling a range of construction materials and tools, and focusing on own-brand products (although it has recently begun to expand its range of branded products. In 2005, the Wickes brand was sold to building merchant business Travis Perkins.|