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Conditions of use
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A complaint is any written or spoken expression of users'
dissatisfaction in relation to soundmasterscotland.com We aim to
ensure that we:
treat complaints seriously and deal with them properly;
resolve complaints promptly and informally whenever possible; and
learn from complaints and take action to improve our service
What to do if you have a Complaint
You can complain about soundmaster scotland.com to a member of its
staff in writing, by fax, by e-mail, by telephone or in person (by
123 Cross Arthurlie Street
Tel: 0141 876 1819
Tel: 0141 876 1919
Fax : 0141 881 1515
Open: 9.00-6.00 mon - thur,fri - 9.00-5.00 Saturday 10.00 - 5.00
What Happens Next?
If you complain in person or over the telephone, we will try to resolve
the complaint on the spot. Similarly, if you complain in writing, by
fax, or by e-mail, we will try to respond promptly and in any case
within 5 working days. If this is not possible, we will explain why and
give a new deadline.
If you are not happy with the initial response you receive, you can get
back in touch with us and we will pass your complaint to a more senior
member of staff who will try to resolve it.
If, following your second response, you are still not satisfied, you
can ask for your complaint to be referred to the proprietor, Mr. Gordon