We’re a finalist!

Thank you to everyone who has voted for Penny Post in the Consumer Credit Awards! We’re excited to announce that we are a finalist in not one but two categories! The Best Credit Union (South) category and the Treating Customers Fairly Champion category!

The Consumer Credit Awards are voted-for entirely by UK customers, not industrial experts, making it extra special to be nominated as a finalist. Thank you!

Voting has now closed, and the winners will be announced on Thursday 8th September. Fingers crossed!

What does being a finalist mean?

Being a finalist for the second year running is a great honour, especially as the awards are voted-for entirely by UK customers. We were thrilled to be nominated for these prestigious awards in June, and making the final again is fantastic! Our members are our customers and are at the heart of everything we do.

What are the Consumer Credit Awards?

Here’s a quick reminder about the Consumer Credit Awards and what it’s all about!

The Consumer Credit Awards are run by Smart Money People, the UK’s leading review and insight business focused on financial services. The Consumer Credit Awards put customers at the heart of the industry, and aim to find the best products, hottest innovation, and the most trusted credit brands and their partners. Over five million UK customers will see something about the Consumer Credit Awards online, in the media and national publications.

Jacqueline Dewey, Chief Executive of Smart Money People, said “The Consumer Credit Awards are now in their seventh year, and 2022 looks set to be another great year for the awards. The consumer feedback we’ve seen from the votes demonstrates the importance of credit providers who offer great service and outcomes, at a time when these products are becoming a necessary lifeline for many, with the struggles people may be facing with their finances. Whether it’s mandatory or otherwise, people should expect good customer service and we’re championing those that do. With three more weeks of voting remaining, there’s still much to play for with our finalists.”