You may have a problem or a dispute with the goods or products you purchased from Mayors or services which you have found to be unsatisfactory. If this is the case, and you have already complained to Mayors, you can use the Consumer Arbitration complaint form to get your complaint process started.
Before making a complaint about Mayors
Please note that to be eligible to make a complaint against Mayors, you must have already complained to Mayors directly in writing and either received a final written response (sometimes referred to as a ‘deadlock letter’) or given Mayors eight (8) weeks to respond to your dispute. Consumer Arbitration can only deal with unresolved complaints.
What Watches of Mayors complaints can we deal with?
We can deal with most disputes between consumers and traders including disputes in relation to:
- Returning Goods
- Faulty Goods
- Missing parts
- Customer service
- Product description
Ways to Complain
There are three (3) ways to bring your complaint to Consumer Arbitration:
If you have access to the Internet you can file your complaint via our online portal. To access this, simply go to the homepage of the website and click on ‘START MY COMPLAINT’. As soon as you have filed your complaint you will be taken to your own personal portal page. This page provides you with live information about your claim so that you can check the progress at any time of day. Or just simply click here.
You can telephone us on 0203 540 8063.