Which? Trusted TradersAll Which? Trusted Traders pass a rigorous assessment that recognises reputable and trustworthy traders.
Our customers can have confidence due to the Which? Trusted Traders endorsement. In order to become a Which? Trusted trader, SimplyFixIt successfully passed the endorsement process, including a visit by a professional Which? Trusted Traders assessor, with extensive trading standards experience, as well as a company credit check and random customer references.
Stephen McCluskey, Managing Director of Which? Trusted Traders, said: "
We are delighted to announce SimplyFixIt as a Which? Trusted trader. Our Which? Trusted Traders service gives consumers the confidence to make the right choices when it comes to finding skilled professionals and we’re pleased to be able to give traders the chance to distinguish themselves from their peers. This scheme is a valuable, free resource for consumers and will help banish the risk of bodge jobs."
Which? is best known for testing products – from washing machines and cars, to digital cameras and power tools. They also proudly raise awareness of consumer rights and safety issues and offer impartial advice through our magazine and via public campaigns.
From humble beginnings in 1957 working out of a converted garage in Bethnal Green, they are now the largest consumer body in the UK. As a not-for-profit charitable organisation, all the money that they make through commercial means is invested right back to support our work as a consumer champion.
Which? has no owners, shareholders or governmental stakeholders. They’re completely independent. You won’t even see an advert in their magazine or on their websites. This means they can work for you without prejudice as they strive to keep powerful vested interests in check. Or, quite simply:
Which? exists to make individuals as powerful as the organisations they have to deal with in their daily lives.
As you can imagine, a lot has changed since 1957. Over the years they have expanded, and now they have our own policy and research department that focuses on campaigning work and influencing decision-makers. They have a number of specialist magazines covering topics as diverse as travel, money, gardening and computing. They have departments devoted to providing information on legal issues, wills, mortgages, birth choice and higher education. They also have a range of useful online resources such as Which? Local, Which? Conversation and the main Which? homepage.