A complaint is a serious matter – it results in a formal investigation where we gather evidence before taking action. Ultimately, it could result in a member being expelled from MUTA.
On receiving a complaint, we will contact you to check that we have understood the issue correctly. We will ask for evidence to support the claim – documents, photos and the like.
We do not accept anonymous complaints and we do require your full co-operation in any investigation. We will examine whether there has been a breach of the member’s commitment:
- To follow the Best Practice Guide on all jobs
- That all advertising must be legal, decent, honest, truthful
- That all product information must be truthful and accurate
- To maintain public liability insurance of at least £1m
- That prices and discounts quoted must not be misleading
- That all transactions must be conducted in accordance with the law
- To provide a professional standard of workmanship
- To check all of its own work
- To provide goods of an appropriate quality
- To promptly, efficiently and courteously investigate any complaint.
If we find a failure in any of these areas then MUTA’s Executive Committee will determine the appropriate course of action, and see that the action is implemented.
To raise a complaint, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will advise of the next steps.