We will then begin an investigation into the matter and will contact you within five working days – usually sooner – to gather any further information we require. Enable commits to completing its investigation into a complaint within 10 working days of all information being obtained and advising you of the outcome of the investigation.
Once we have advised you of the outcome of the investigation and we have agreed any remedial action required, Enable will organise any required work to be completed.
Works required to address Health and Safety issues will be completed as high priority in line with Enable’s Health, Safety and Wellness Policy.
Enable is a Wholesale member of the Telecommunication Dispute Resolution (TDR) Scheme. TDR is a free service for customers to help resolve disputes about telecommunication services.
If we are unable to resolve a complaint to your satisfaction, you are entitled to contact the TDR and seek its support to resolve your complaint with Enable and reach a settlement. The TDR is a free and independent service.
Please note that before contacting the TDR, all complaints must be registered with Enable.
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