The Financial Conduct Authority expects any intermediary to disclose to the customer that a commission may be payable by the owner or creditor to the intermediary, and, if the customer asks, the amount of that commission. The Financial Conduct Authority has made it clear that "commission" means any financial consideration.
In-line with new legislation, if you would like Target Car Leasing Ltd to disclose any potential commission please make your request to our office address on our contact page or by email to email@example.com or by telephoning 01903 20 50 30 and speaking to your account manager.
Target Car Leasing Ltd offers products and services from a range of Leasing Companies, UK Vehicle Dealerships and Product Providers with whom we have commercial agreements in place. Although we are primarily a Commission Based Organisation which means that we receive payments for customer introductions, we will sometimes charge a Documentation Fee where there is a financial advantage to the customer in our doing so. We will often receive financial remuneration which may be variable or pre-set, dependent on the product & supplier. We do however, offer some deals that carry no or extremely low commission and will therefore carry the afore-mentioned documentation fee – this will always be shown on any quotations we send you.
We do not see ourselves as an advisory or recommendation service, although we do try to help guide you to some of the best deals we can see that appear to match the brief you give us. Our role is primarily to provide you with quotations and any associated information you require for your chosen vehicle/s, so you can make your own enquiries as to the suitability of the car, and its' affordability.
Target Car Leasing Ltd, 7 Thesiger Close, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 2RN is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
If you wish to make a complaint, please contact Target Car Leasing Ltd in writing at our office address; 7 Thesiger Close, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 2RN and we will be happy to respond to you quickly. Alternatively; you can contact us by e-mail on; firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on; 01903 20 50 30. In the unlikely event that we cannot directly settle the matter/s to your satisfaction, you may be entitled to refer your complaint on to the Financial Services Ombudsman Service – we will be happy to provide you with their contact details on request.