Amaryllis Associates endeavour to offer a high standard of service. From time to time, we may not always be able to provide the standard expected by our clients or even by us.

To help us improve and put things right you must let us know, if you are not fully satisfied with the service you have received. We may be able to put things right, explain ourselves better or simply offer an apology.

We promise to treat your complaint with consideration in a serious, confident and timely manner.

What you can do

It is paramount you inform us, of your dissatisfaction to give us a chance to make things right again. You can always ask to speak with a manager.

Making a formal complaint

How to make a complaint

  1. Email Us:
  2. Phone Us: 0330 113 0740
  3. Write to Us:

The Complaints Manager

Amaryllis Associates Limited

28 Cleveland Street



Acknowledging your complaint

We will write to you acknowledging your complaint, either by letter or email within five business days of receiving your initial complaint. This communication will clearly mark the individual handling your complaint and will include a copy of the internal complaints handling procedure.

Investigating your complaint

The complaints manager or person handling your complaint will complete a thorough investigation. If this person was involved in the matter which is the subject of the complaint, then we will substitute another person of at least the same competence (if possible). The complaints manager will have the authority to settle complaints (including the offering of redress where applicable).

Responding to your complaint

The final response to your complaint will address the subject matter of your complaint. If your complaint is upheld, you will be provided a full apology, where appropriate, be given details of any action that Amaryllis Associates have taken to put things right.

We aim to send a final response to complaints within eight weeks of receipt. If we are unable to do so, for reasons outside of our control we will write to you explaining this and providing a timescale when to expect a final response.