When we launched the campaign in July, I had no idea of the full range of people and groups who are impacted by the issue of online only billing and the lack of choice in this area. In the last few months I have really been spurred on every time I talk to a new supporter and I’m moved by the strength of feeling and their determination to bring about change in this matter.
Over the next few weeks I will be inviting our partners to share with us why they have decided to support the campaign.
My guest blogger this week is Michelle Highman CEO of The Money Charity. Michelle writes:
The cost of everyday living isn’t getting any cheaper and it’s becoming increasingly important to make the right financial decisions for you and your family. At The Money Charity, we believe that with a little helping hand, everyone has the ability to be on top of their money and live a happier, more positive life as a result.
Having easy access to your financial information can help you stay on top of your budget, make payments on time and have a better understanding of your finances. For many people having a paper copy of their bills or statements, delivered through their letterbox will make it much easier for them to keep track of their finances.
From our vital work with young people, adults and partnerships across the financial services industry we know first-hand the increasing need for good money management; keeping on top of your bills and statements is a major part of this. The Money Charity proudly back the Keep Me Posted campaign because we are keen to make sure the needs of everyone are met, and understand the importance of giving people the choice and support they need to stay on top of their money.