We’re committed to treating everyone who deals with Xgeneration with respect and courtesy – and will do all we can to make sure you’re satisfied with the services we offer.
Sometimes, you may feel that we, or one of our services has let you down. If this is the case, please let us know so we can work to a swift resolution. Rest assured, we’ll make sure your complaint is fully investigated.
When you have a complaint about XGEN, your first port of call should be our Customer Service Team. You can contact them, free of charge, on 0800 999 4004 or via email using email@example.com.
If you’d rather post us your complaint, the address is:Head of Customer Services
We’ll acknowledge your complaint within two working days of receiving it. We’ll then look into the issue and aim to respond within 10 working days. If it requires a longer investigation, we’ll get in touch within those 10 working days to let you know when you can expect us to respond.
If we don’t hear from you again within 20 days of our response, then we’ll consider the matter resolved. We keep all complaints on file to help us monitor the numbers and types of complaints we receive and, where needed, make changes to our systems and services in response to your feedback.
You might feel that the response you received from our Head of Customer Services didn’t resolve your complaint. In which case, you should escalate it to our Managing Director.
When making an escalated complaint, please make sure you include full details of your complaint, including the reasons why you aren’t happy with how we’ve dealt with it so far. All complaints to our MD should be made in writing and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. They should include the following information:
Please also remember to write ‘Complaint’ clearly in the subject line of your email. We’ll acknowledge your complaint within two working days, and come back to you with our final response within 10 working days. If we think it will take longer than this to look into it properly, we’ll get in touch within these 10 working days to let you know when you’ll get our final response.
We’re dedicated to providing our customers with the best service possible. And we’re also committed to providing our staff with a safe and appropriate working environment. They have the right to be treated with respect and courtesy. We will not accept instances of verbal, written or physical harassment or abuse of our staff.
If our staff are subjected to unacceptable actions or communications, we reserve the right to restrict or refuse access to our services (e.g. we may ask you to only correspond with us in writing or via a specific contact).
If you have a problem with a Domain or Service that is related to a customer of Xgeneration. Please inform us with as much details as you can supply via our abuse email account. This account is monitored daily and you will recontacted with in 48 Hours. email@example.com
We always welcome feedback on any aspect of our policy, procedures or services – it helps us to see where we could do things differently. Please send any comments or suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org – these will be passed on to the department or project team as soon as possible.
Registrars across the .uk market use a whole range of different operating models. So in many cases, if you aren’t happy with how your registrar works, the simplest thing to do is find one who is better suited to you. However, all registrars are required to comply with Nominet’s Registrar Agreement, and if you believe your registrar has broken these terms, it’s important to let them know.
The Registrar Agreement was written specifically to counter common subjects of complaint we received from registrants and registrars alike. These include:
If you’ve experienced any of the problems above, or have been made aware that a Nominet registrar isn’t complying with the Registrar Agreement, we will investigate the complaint and take steps to remedy the situation. Here’s what you need to do: