Complaints process

We always try to do our best and deliver a good experience to all of our customers — but sometimes things do go wrong.

We’re really sorry if you feel we’ve let you down, and we want to try and put everything right as quickly as we can.


How to make a complaint

A complaint can be made in any of the following ways:

What we need from you to get things sorted out
  • Your name and account number
  • A contact number and an email or postal address
  • Tell us what we need to know to understand what’s gone wrong.
  • Copies of any emails or letters that you’ve written to, and/or received from Onestream
What happens next?

We’ll confirm we’ve heard from you, acknowledging your complaint, within one day of receiving your call or correspondence.

(If you’ve asked us to write to you, it will take a few days for our response to arrive.)

Your complaint will be given to a Onestream Customer Care manager, who will investigate what’s happened. They’ll contact you to introduce themselves and provide you with regular updates as they look into what’s gone wrong.

Everyone will try hard to resolve the problem within five working days of your complaint being received.

If you’re still not happy

If we can’t sort things out to your satisfaction within eight weeks then you can, if you wish, make your complaint to the Ombudsman.

The Ombudsman’s job is to independently handle disputes between companies and their customers - you can contact the Ombudsman’s office in any of the following ways: