Related provisions for DISP 4.1.1
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The Ombudsman can consider a complaint under the Voluntary Jurisdiction if:422(1) it is not covered by the Compulsory Jurisdiction;826 and422(2) it relates to an act or omission by a VJ participant in carrying on one or more of the following activities:(a) an activity(other than administering a benchmark)30 carried on after 28 April 1988 which:(i) was not a regulated activity at the time of the act or omission, but(ii) was a regulated activity when the VJ participant joined the
6DISP 2.5.1R (2)(l) includes complaints about the EEA end of 'one leg' payment services transactions, i.e. services provided from EEA establishments that are subject to the territorial jurisdiction of the Voluntary Jurisdiction (see DISP 2.6.4R (2)) that also involve a payment service provider located outside the EEA. It also includes complaints about payment services irrespective of the currency of the transaction.
422The Voluntary Jurisdiction covers an act or omission that occurred before the VJ participant was participating in the Voluntary Jurisdiction, and whether the act or omission occurred before or after commencement, either:(1) if the complaint could have been dealt with under a former scheme; or(2) under the agreement by the VJ participant in the Standard Terms.
122The following are not eligible complainants:(1) (in all jurisdictions) a firm, payment service provider,3electronic money issuer, 624CBTL firm, designated credit reference agency, designated finance platform13 or VJ participant whose complaint relates in any way to an activity which:8271110(a) the firm itself has permission to carry on; or(ab) 3the firm,624payment service provider, 10electronic money issuer,11CBTL firm,13designated credit reference agency11 or designated finance
The Voluntary Jurisdiction covers only complaints about the activities of a VJ participant carried on from an establishment:518(1) in the United Kingdom; or(2) elsewhere in the EEA if the following conditions are met:(a) the activity is directed wholly or partly at the United Kingdom (or part of it);(b) contracts governing the activity are (or, in the case of a potential customer, would have been) made under the law of England and Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland; and(c) the
The purpose of this chapter is to set out rules and guidance on the scope of the Compulsory Jurisdiction and the Voluntary Jurisdiction, which are the Financial Ombudsman Service's two 817jurisdictions:817817(1) the Compulsory Jurisdiction is not restricted to regulated activities,716payment services6 , 9 issuance ofelectronic money, 716 and CBTL business 9 and covers:9(a) certain complaints against firms (and businesses which were firms at the time of the events complained about);817(b)