If you need to make a complaint, please contact us and we'll do everything we can to resolve your complaint as quickly as possible, but please allow up to 5 working days for a reply.

When we first write to you, we'll send you a summary of the procedures that we'll follow when resolving your complaint. A copy of these procedures can be found here Download our Complaints Handling Procedure PDF.

If you want to contact us to make a complaint you can do so by sending us a secure message from your Online ISA or by writing to the following address:

Post Office Money Savings
PO Box 5179
BN50 9UY

Alternatively, you can speak to our Customer Service Team on 0800 169 7500*.

If you are not satisfied with the response to your complaint, you may be able to refer it to the Financial Ombudsman Service. Making a complaint won’t affect your legal rights. You can contact the Financial Ombudsman Services by writing to:

Financial Ombudsman Service
Exchange Tower
E14 9SR.

0300 123 9123


email: [email protected]

*Our Customer Call Centre is UK based and open from 9am to 5pm weekdays. Calls to 0800 numbers are normally free from UK landlines and mobile phones. Calls may be recorded, monitored and used for training and compliance purposes.

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak we have changed our opening hours to Monday 9am to 5pm. Our top priority is the health and wellbeing of our customers and staff. Key to this is following government recommendations closely.

Due to the challenging times we are all experiencing, we are dealing with a much higher number of calls than usual. We’re asking that our customers work with us and only call if they have an urgent query that can’t wait. We really appreciate your patience and understanding at this time as we prioritise helping our most vulnerable customers. Using Online Banking means you can manage your account from your smartphone, computer, tablet or other device. We also offer Online secure messaging for any non-urgent queries.

There is a central European 'portal' which can redirect a complaint to the appropriate industry Ombudsman (eg Financial Ombudsman Service). This is aimed at helping EU residents who purchased a product online from a provider based in another EU country. It is always best to contact the product provider first but for further information go to http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/