Consumer Complaints Committee

Consumer Complaints Committee
 

The Consumer Complaints Committee was established in accordance with Section 18 (1) (q) of the Telecommunications Act (the Act) and is appointed by the Board of Directors.

The CCC shall be comprised of five persons.

              1. An independent Chairman.

              2. Two members of the Board of Directors of the Authority.

              3. The Executive Officer of the Division responsible for consumer complaints.

              4. The Manager of the Department responsible for consumer complaints.

              5. A Communications Officer of the Authority who shall be Secretary of the Committee (Ex-Officio).


Currently, the members of the Consumer Complaints Committee are:

https://tatt.org.tt/Portals/0/Images/New/bullet.png Mrs. Pamella Benson – Chairman
https://tatt.org.tt/Portals/0/Images/New/bullet.png Mr. Trevor Elcock – Board Member
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Mr. Deoraj Seegobin – Board Member
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Ms. Sherry Mc Millan – Executive Officer Corporate Communications and Administration

https://tatt.org.tt/Portals/0/Images/New/bullet.png Mrs Cheryl Johnson – Manager Public Relations and Consumer Affairs
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Mr. Rawle Harvey – Secretary

 

The Purpose of the CCC is to:

collect, decide on and report on consumer complaints, such reports to be included in the Authority’s annual report in accordance with Section 18 (1) (q) of the Act, excluding complaints related to broadcast content.

provide a structured and inclusive approach to the resolution of complaints from consumers of public Telecommunication and Broadcasting Services.

contribute to the development of quality consumer service in the public Telecommunications and Broadcasting Sectors.
 
 
About the CCC

The CCC Charter establishes its powers, objectives, structure, and operations.
The CCC Complaints Handling Procedures give context and direction to ensure the:

fair and reasonable investigation of complaints.

decision-making process.

resolution of matters raised in the complaints.
   
These documents can be viewed at:
CCC Charter
CCC Complaints Handling Procedures