Surveys - your views are important to us

17 September 2018

At First Choice Homes Oldham we are committed to providing you with the best service we possibly can.

To help us improve and learn from your experience we send out regular text surveys or undertake telephone surveys.

We would be really grateful if you could help us to provide great customer service by filling in these surveys.

Your views are really important to us and we would love to hear from you.

As a thank you we will enter everyone who completes the survey into a monthly draw to win £100.

So please give it a go, it will certainly be better odds than winning the lottery!

Terms and Conditons

  • Each prize draw will commence on the first day of each month and close at midnight on the last day of that month. The first prize draw began on 17th September 2018.
  • The prize draw is open to tenants of First Choice Homes who partake in an a First Choice Homes Oldham survey via SMS. To enter, you need to: have completed a satisfaction survey sent to you by First Choice Homes Oldham via SMS on or after 17/09/2018.
  • There is a limit to the prize draw of 1 entry per tenant per month. Each month 1 person (winner) will win £100 on or around the 1st day of each subsequent month, the winner will be selected at random from all eligible entries received by First Choice Homes Oldham during the previous month.
  • Winners will be notified by telephone using the contact details provided by you at the start of your tenancy (if you have changed your contact details since starting your tenancy please call us to update).
  • Winners must acknowledge this notification within 14 days in order to claim their prize. If they do not do so then First Choice Homes Oldham reserves the right to offer the prize to an alternative winner.
  • The prize will be in the form of a cash presented to the winner at First Choice Homes offices.
  • First Choice Homes Oldham reserves the right to delay, postpone or cancel the prize draw in the event of circumstances outside its reasonable control, which it considers make it necessary for it to do so.