Ofgem Invites you to Take Part in Research

We’d like to hear your views on the way your energy suppliers contact you, and will pay you £40 to hear them.

Ofgem, the energy market regulator, are keen to understand more about your experience as a consumer, to better protect consumers and make sure you pay the least amount for your bills.

They are currently working with a research agency called Revealing Reality, who would be keen to explore your views and experiences in the energy market, and particularly emails, texts, phone calls or mail you receive from your supplier.

For this project we would love to speak to a wide range of energy supplier customers. This will be over a 1 hour video call (you’ll receive a link to join the call, so no need to install any programme). As a thank you for your time and your opinions we’d like to offer you £40 via PayPal or cheque after the interview. We do appreciate this might seem a long time, but we’re very keen to understand your perspective.

Project Details:

• When – From the 12th November onwards - evening
• Where – UK Wide
• What – Video Call
• How long – 60 minutes
• Reward - £40

PLEASE FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW TO REGISTER YOUR INTEREST

After registering you interest a member of the team at Take Part in Research (who are working with Ofgem and Revealing Reality to co-ordinate the research) will give you a quick call to ask a few questions to start with. After this your placed on the research will be booked.

We’d like to reassure you that everything you say, as well as your identity, will remain strictly anonymous according to the Market Research Society Code of Conduct. Your name will not be disclosed if you don’t explicitly agree for it to be, and neither will any information that could identify you.

Many thanks

The Team at Ofgem & Take Part in Research

Ofgem Invites you to Take Part in Research

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