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Trading Standards Approval

You told us what you wanted! At Checked and Vetted we conducted the largest ever UK survey asking how 20,000 householders like you, choose a trusted tradesperson. The results confirmed having Trading Standards Approval gave you the additional comfort you needed, achieving 89% of the vote.

Trading Standards Approved
It’s important to understand what we mean by Trading Standards Approved. Trading Standards Authority is the name given to local government departments across the UK. You may recognise the name they used to be known by - the Weights and Measures Department.

The role of the Trading Standards Authority is to investigate any commercial organisation in their region that may be trading outside of the law, or operating unethically. Trading Standards will attempt to remedy legal breaches either by enforcement through legal channels, or by giving advice.

Checked and Vetted is not a Trading Standards department. We put our members through a rigorous and regulated Trading Standards Approval process operated by an independent, specialist approval organisation.

They audit our members and then pass their details over to a Trading Standards Office to be checked against their internal records and to get their final approval.
Only when this final stage is passed do they become ‘Trading Standards Approved’.

Any company which does not pass the Trading Standards Approval process is not allowed to be a member of Checked and Vetted and is not awarded Trading Standards Appoved status.

As part of our mission to stamp out rogue traders, we only want to work with honourable tradespeople and professional services who offer the very best to customers like you. That’s why we are putting 100% of our members through the independent Trading Standards Approval process and this should be complete by the end of August 2017.

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