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Give your thoughts on the Revenue Service

Give your thoughts on the Revenue Service

Monday 04 November 2019

Give your thoughts on the Revenue Service


Guernsey's Revenue Service is opening up its annual customer survey today.

The first survey was carried out last year after the Revenue Service's launch in October 2018. It enabled the service to baseline customer satisfaction at the start of its journey, which will be reviewed and monitored each year.

Within the survey, customers will be asked if they have had contact with the service in the last 12 months. If they have, they will be asked how that contact was made and whether the experience met their expectations. Customers will also be asked for suggestions on how they feel the service could improve.

Sarah Davies, Head of Customer Service, said: “I would like to encourage all of our customers to complete this short survey, which should take less than five minutes. This survey is important to us as it will give our customers the opportunity to tell us if we have made any improvement over the last twelve months and make further suggestions on what needs to change. We will discuss all of the responses we receive to help us to determine what we can change. A summary of the responses we receive will be published in the new year.”

The survey will be open for six weeks, closing at midnight on Monday 16 December. In order to complete it, go to gov.gg/revenuesurvey. Paper copies can be made available on request by emailing rssurvey@gov.gg or calling 705700.

Pictured top: The survey. 

 

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