How were alarm & security systems mis-sold?
There are many legitimate monitored alarm system providers who provide systems that ‘do what they say on the tin’. However, there are other companies who have either ceased trading or continue to trade under a range of different names that promise consumers a great system with regular maintenance and full-time monitoring who fail to fulfil the contract as initially agreed.
For example, there are many providers who made their customers sign up to lengthy contracts, paying a large upfront premium and then subsequently ceased trading. This meant that the client had paid for up to 180 months monitoring but actually only received 12 months of the 180 that they had paid for, due to the company going out of business.
Many consumers have been left very unfairly out of pocket from such companies and have been unable to get any sort of reimbursement from the liquidated company or from the company direct if they are still trading.
Allay has a wealth of experience in obtaining refunds for the mis-selling of alarm and security systems and has been successful in helping our clients to claim back thousands of pounds for being unfairly treated. Consumers who have fallen victim to a scam such as this are entitled to a refund and we work hard to ensure that a fair and reasonable outcome is reached for our clients.
What should I do if I think I have been mis-sold alarm and security systems?
Allay can provide you with a comprehensive service on a no win, no fee* basis. We deal with the process of being mis-sold alarm and security systems from start to finish, relieving you from the pressure of having to make the claim yourself.
You will benefit from having a dedicated case handler when you are one of our clients, who’s task it will be to take your claim through the entire journey. Get in touch today by calling 0191 631 0823.