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We understand that we have customers with vulnerabilities, so we developed these range of free services to help make it easier to manage your account:
To nominate an authorised third party to help you manage your IWNL account please download our Third Party Nomination Form
Bogus callers often pretend to be from your water, gas or telephone company to gain entry into your home under false pretences.
To discourage this, we operate a doorstep password scheme which is free and open to all our customers.
Once you have set up a password, any engineer from IWNL will need to quote this, so you have peace of mind when letting someone into your home, that it is a genuine IWNL representative.
All of our employees and service providers who work on our behalf carry ID cards with their picture on it. Ask to see the ID card before you let them into your home. If you're unsure, call us on 02920 028 711 to check the validity of a caller. Do not phone the number on the caller's ID card. You can also take advantage of our password scheme, which we use to help identify ourselves. This service is free and available to all our customers.
Remember if you are in any doubt - do not open the door! If you would like to sign up for the password scheme, please log into your account and fill in our Individual Services form, or call us on 02920 028 711 and one of our Customer Service team will be happy to help you.
IWNL understands the importance of a good quality service. We are committed to building our customers' confidence and trust.
There are certain standards that we will always strive to meet on your behalf. These include, but are not limited to:
If you have a complaint, the best way to get in touch is by calling us on 02920 028 711 and a member of our customer services team will be able to help you. Alternatively, you can use our Contact Us page and we will respond to your written enquiry within 5 working days.
IWNL is regulated by Ofwat (The Water Services Regulation Authority) which is the economic regulator of the water and sewerage industry in England and Wales.
IWNL are appointed by Ofwat on a site by site basis to provide water services; this is known as a New Appointment and Variation (NAV).