Specsavers Complaints Number 0843 455 0062.
Who can’t remember those fantastic ads. Luton Airport, shearing the sheepdog and a roller coaster ride? Yes, Specsavers is probably the most well known of all the high street opticians. Launched in 1984, on the Island of Guernsey, UK by a husband and wife team, in 2002 Specsavers added hearing aid services to the group and currently provides hearing services from 400 of its outlets. Call the Specsavers customer service department for hearing aid help or use the website to find hearing aid branches.
By 2008 the group had over 1395 stores in the UK and across the European Continent. Over 26,000 staff are employed dealing with all aspects of the business, from frontline opticians and sales staff to office and Specsavers complaints departments. By 2012 Specsavers had grown to become the single largest optician’s in the UK holding 42% of the market. Stores had now increased to 1,650 across the country and Europe and as far down as Australia and New Zealand. In the same year turnover topped 1.7-billion GBP.
Customer Service Number 0843 455 0062.
Specsavers founding members. Doug and Mary Perkins, attribute the company’s high growth rate and nationwide success on their unique semi-franchising model. Each store is operated on a ‘Shared Venture Partnership’. Meaning that, although the store is effectively run by a franchisee, or Store Director. Specsavers maintain shares in each of the outlets and they all remain under the umbrella of Specsavers.
The company takes complaints very seriously so anyone with a Specsavers complaints or problem. You will need to call the complaints number 0843 455 0062, or you can walk into any branch and expect to be dealt with whether spectacles or hearing aid were purchased from that particular branch or not.
While the success of the brand has turned its founders into billionaires the Perkins are not people to rest on their laurels. Stores now provide a massive range of designer frames from the likes of Karen Miller, Cheap Monday, Boss, Gok Wan, Aurora, Roxy, and fcuk vision to name a very few. And of course their policy of ‘two for the price of one’ continues to attract all seeking their first pair of glasses.
To maintain their position of most trusted UK opticians 2014, they have a comprehensive website where customers can book appointments for eye tests, speak to a company representative, relay any problems to customer services by using the phone number on this website. With the chance of winning 500 GBP for taking part in their online survey, maybe you should’ve gone to Specsavers.
International Healthcare Limited.
Registered in Guernsey.
Registration No 35579.