Knowing & Understanding Your Customer Rights in T&T

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In this #StraightofftheBATT discussion, we will be discussing Knowing & Understanding Your Customer Rights with Dominic Stoddard.

Mr. Stoddard was appointed Financial Services Ombudsman of Trinidad and Tobago in April 2016. He is also head of the National Financial Literacy Programme and chairman of the National Financial Education Committee, responsible for the development and execution of the National Financial Education Strategy.

Tune in to learn:
- What rights do customers have in T&T?
- What is the role of the Ombudsman in T&T?
- The top responsibilities customers have when purchasing services/products in T&T
- The difference between financial inclusion and financial literacy
- How you can access a free financial literacy session from the National Financial Literacy Program & much more
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Learn more about the National Financial Literacy Program here: https://nflp.org.tt/

Learn more about the Office of the Financial Services Ombudsman here: https://www.ofso.org.tt/index.php/about-us/

Learn more about the Office of the Ombudsman (Government) here: http://www.ombudsman.gov.tt/

Members of the public can make requests for The National Financial Literacy Programme to deliver group financial education sessions as well as to participate in expositions, fairs or any structured public gathering here: https://www.nflp.org.tt/page36.html


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