This code of practice sets out how we comply with our regulatory obligations in the sales and marketing of fixed line telephone services. The code applies to the sales and marketing of our services to domestic and small business customers and covers all aspects of the sales process. We aim to avoid mis-selling and misrepresentation by ensuring that you fully understand the services and the terms of the contracts we offer you.
When selling or marketing our fixed line telecommunications services, we will not:
All our sales and marketing staff and agents are briefed on this code and we routinely monitor compliance with it. If you feel that any representative of Innovative Cloud Services Ltd t/a Jibba Jabba has breached the terms of the code, please report your concerns to Ashley Harris who has responsibility for compliance with this code, and for handling associated complaints.
Copies of this code are available free of charge in various formats on request, including via our website www.jibbajabba.uk.com. The code has been prepared in line with guidelines published by Ofcom, the industry regulator, in December 2009 and set out in General Condition 24. The General Conditions of Entitlement (part of the Communications Act) can be found on the Ofcom website and we will provide you with a copy of General Condition 24 on request.
We advertise and promote our services by various methods. In all cases, we act responsibly and try to comply with relevant legislation.
We will respect your wishes if you have registered with any relevant preference service, including the Mailing Preference Service, the Telephone Preference Service, the Fax Preference Service and the E-mail Preference Service.
All our advertising and promotion activity keeps to the principles of the British Codes of Advertising and Sales Promotion. In addition, we ensure that advertising and promotional literature is clear, unambiguous, accurate and fair, does not contain false or misleading information about price, value or service and does not belittle other companies.
Our representatives will cease contact with anyone who indicates that the contact is inconvenient, unwelcome, inappropriate or too long. At your request, the discussion will be ended immediately and, if making a doorstep call, the representative will leave your premises immediately.
To ensure we maintain these standards, we keep the records of our sales and marketing activity for at least six months. Records include the date and the approximate time of the contact with you. To help us deal with any complaints or queries, all such records clearly identify the salesperson(s) who made the call or visit.
We check that the person entering into a contract with us is authorised to sign a contract for services and be responsible for bills at the premises in question.
We will tell you that you have the right to change your mind during the switchover period and that there is no cost for cancellation during this period.
If our representative meets you in person, they will give you the information in writing. When you sign an order form, or enter into a written contract, you will also get a copy of the order form or contract, as well as information about any after-sales services or guarantees and arrangements for ending the contract.
Orders placed with us by distance-selling methods (such as phone, fax or internet) comply with distance-selling regulations. As with order forms, our telephone scripts are designed to ensure that you understand that you are entering into a contract and will be sent the information detailed above.
In the case of internet orders, a well signposted and easy-to-see hyperlink to this information is prominently displayed and the information is readily available for downloading and printing.
Regardless of our method of selling, you may cancel orders and end contracts by telephone, in writing, by fax or by e-mail to
Our procedures are designed to minimise the risk of errors or mis-selling on our part when taking orders or making contracts during face-to-face or telephone selling.
We confirm orders by sending a "notification of transfer" letter to the customer in accordance with the industry-agreed process. The letter, which is clearly dated, gives details of the transfer, including the date of transfer, and information on any services and features which may be affected by the transfer. The letter also provides contact details for any questions.
We contact all customers entering into a new contract to confirm that you understand that you have entered into a contract, are happy to proceed with the contract and are content with the way in which we conducted the sales and marketing.
This check is generally incorporated into the order confirmation letter but is always completed no more than 5 working days after a contract is agreed. Where we contact you directly, this is done by a person not involved with our sales and marketing activities, who will tell you who they are.
The letter may be sent electronically if you have applied online and have confirmed online that you wish future correspondence to be sent electronically.
We will terminate the contract without charge or other penalty to you if we find that you did not understand the contract or it was not what you intended or if it was finalised before the expiry of the switchover period, and you wish to cancel.
We keep our contract procedures under review and take steps to prevent the recurrence of any problem identified through audit (see below).
We keep all records of sales and marketing of fixed line telephone services for a minimum of six months.
We carry out regular audits of the systems, procedures and documents we use in sales and marketing.
Complaints about sales and marketing are dealt with under the procedures set out in our Code of Practice for Complaint Handling which sets out how you may complain, and this includes complaints about Jibba Jabba's sales and marketing. It specifies what to do next if you believe the complaint has not been dealt with satisfactorily.
You should first direct your complaint to Jibba Jabba. If we cannot resolve the complaint to your satisfaction, you may contact :-
Ombudsman Services: Communications
PO Box 730
You can also ask for advice from your local Trading Standards Department or Citizens Advice Bureau.
Compliance with this code does not guarantee that it complies with any other legal requirement.
Non-compliance with this code does not affect the validity of any contract between the company and the consumer, unless the law states otherwise.
If you wish to find details of your nearest Citizens Advice Bureau or Trading Standards department you can search on the following websites
Citizens Advice – https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk