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. 

Lewis Wilks / Cordelia Jacob
020 7566 9773


Latest Press Releases

All Press Releases
28th Oct 2013
The Keep Me Posted campaign takes its fight to the House of Lords tomorrow as peers debate the issue of how customers receive their bills. At 2.30pm in the House of Lords’ Main Chamber, Baroness Deech will interrogate the government on how it intends to protect vulnerable consumers who are being charged for receiving bills and statements through the post.
2nd Oct 2013
 YOUTH CHARITY MyBnk JOINS THE KEEP ME POSTED CAMPAIGN FOR COMSUMER CHOICEMyBnk says many young people are not being taught the necessary financial skills needed in life, leaving them either financially excluded or unable to deal with their personal finances effectively – and they fear removing paper statements will only add to the confusion. With Keep Me Posted’s independent research showing more than half the population are more likely to read a paper financial statement than an online one, MyBnk agrees that taking away that choice could mean many young people, who are financial novices, find it hard to keep track of their budgets.  Please click on the link below for full press release.
8th Jul 2013
Today marks the launch of Keep Me Posted, a broad-based campaign calling for protection of consumer choice over how organisations, such as energy and telecoms companies and banks, send them their bills and statements. This is believed to be the first initiative of this kind in the UK.The Keep Me Posted campaign represents charities, consumers and businesses who are concerned at the growing lack of choice offered to consumers about how they receive important communications...Click here to download the full press release PDF