How to Complain about a Company

How do I make a complaint about a company listed on

EU & UK Data Ltd has no personal or business connection with any business listed, we list millions of companies regardless of their trading status or business activity. If you have a complaint to make, please contact the company directly by writing to their registered office address or searching directory enquiries for a telephone number. If you have already made contact with the company and your problem is not resolved, one of the following organisation may be able to help you.

Citizens Advice Bureau

The Citizens Advice Bureau or CAB gives free, confidential information and advice. The aims of the CAB is to ensure that individuals do not suffer through lack of knowledge of their rights and responsibilities, the services which are available to them, or through an inability to express their needs effectively. See the CAB website:

Citizens advice (consumer)

Citizens advice have a branch especially for consumers. You can review your rights and get advice from here. Services replace those provided by consumer direct.

Get Safe Online

The UK’s national internet security awareness initiative. Working with Consumer Direct to provide consumers with information to spot and avoid internet scams. Visit

Metropolitan Police

Through Fraud Alert, SCD6 Economic and Specialist Crime OCU collate details of current scams and frauds in order to provide crime prevention advice to the public and industry. This data is used to identify opportunities and new methods of defeating such crimes. Please note SCD6 Economic and Specialist Crime OCU will not respond to individual situations sent into this Fraud Alert team, unless further information or clarification is required.This is necessary due to the volume of traffic received. Should you wish to pass on scam or fraud information please use the form above.

Competition & Markets Authority

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is an independent non-ministerial government department responsible for promoting competition to benefit consumers. From 1 April 2014 the CMA took over many of the functions of the Competition Commission (CC) and the Office of Fair Trading (OFT).

Note: The Financial Services Authority is no more. In its place are now The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and The Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA).

Financial Conduct Authority

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is financed by members of the financial services industry. Independent of the government it serves to regulate UK financial services firms, banks, building societies, mortgage and insurance brokers, and financial advisers. 

The Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA)

The Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) is a United Kingdom financial services regulatory body, formed as one of the successors to the Financial Services Authority (FSA) It sets standards for and supervises financial institutions at the level of the individual firm.


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