The Keep Me Posted campaign is always happy to talk to media.

Our spokespeople are available for comment and we can also provide case studies from members of the public who have been affected by businesses and other service providers not giving them a clear choice over how they receive their bills and statements. 

You can call the team directly on the details below or email us on If emailing, please provide full details of your enquiry and your contact details. Alternatively, you can read all our current releases in the ‘News’ section. 

Telephone: 020 7449 8259


Latest Press Releases

All Press Releases
18th Nov 2015
Bristol Water is the latest service provider to be awarded a ‘Mark of Distinction’ by the Keep Me Posted campaign. The Marks act as a symbol to help consumers instantly recognise when a business has made a commitment to giving its customers a choice in how they are communicated with.Read the full announcement...
21st Sep 2015
Blackpool is one of the UK’s least connected towns, according to the Keep Me Posted campaign and research from the Office for National Statistics.The campaign, which fights for consumers’ rights to receive paper bills and statements from their banks, utility companies and telecoms providers, found that a number of UK towns and cities have significantly lower than average internet use. Nearly a third (31 per cent) of Blackpool’s population have either never used the internet or used it more than three months ago.Other places in the UK where regular internet use is still significantly lower than the national average (13.5 per cent) include Belfast (23.5 per cent) and Liverpool (19.8 per cent). Read the full release:
1st Jun 2015
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9th Mar 2015
Trust and security are the top concerns that stop people who use the internet from banking online, a major behavioural study* commissioned by the Keep Me Posted campaign has revealedAround two thirds of people (65 per cent) that don’t bank online cite concerns over trust. This was followed by security concerns (64 per cent). Only one per cent said it was because they rarely use the internetThe study also revealed the most important reason for receiving a paper bank statement is to check for fraudulent or incorrect transactions (77 per cent)  Read the full press release here: