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Send your enquiry online – an email address is required
Send an online enquiry to BAM using a simple form. We will work out which Adviser can help you sort the problem out and will tell them to get in touch with you. Answer all the questions before sending us your enquiry because we use your answers to help us get your enquiry to the right adviser.
You can learn how to set up an email account here:
Do not send an online enquiry if you have a deadline that is less than 5 working days from today. Use search BAM local advice services below instead for a service to call or visit.
*Please note, you need to have an email address that you can access when making an enquiry online, as this allows us to respond back to you. If you do not have an email address and wish to make an enquiry, you will need to find a BAM local advice service using the options at the bottom of this page. Alternatively you can learn how to set up an e-mail account here:
Choose 1 of the 6 options below to send an online enquiry
General Data Protection Regulation 2018
We only ask for the information we need. We always let you decide what you’re comfortable telling us, explain why we need it and treat it as confidential.
When we record and use your personal information we:
- Only access it when we have a good reason
- Only share what is necessary and relevant
We need to record information about you to help with your enquiry. We have a legitimate interest to do this.
We need your consent to record and use your special category personal data
We need your explicit consent to use some information like your health conditions. If you agree, we’ll use this information, which is known as ‘special category personal data’ to:
- Give you advice
- Help us gather statistics to improve our service – we do this in a way that you cannot be identified.
We will send your enquiry to the Brent Advice Partnership advice agency who is best qualified to answer your problem. This will be Citizens Advice Brent, Brent Community Law Centre or Age UK Brent –
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Choose 1 of the 6 options below to find a local adviser you can call or visit.