Helping people to be better off sounds great – but what does it mean?
Volt began with the aim of doing things the right way. To try and reverse or replace some ways of doing things that had become normal.
Normal to hide fees. Normal to keep loyal customers on worse deals than new ones. Normal to use confusing language. Normal to not fix mistakes. Normal to just make you feel like a number – except, of course, when it’s advertising.
So for Volt, not doing this is our starting point – offering genuine transparency and straight-forward experiences.
Beyond that, helping people to be better off means creating services, experiences, and solutions that really do help. It means changing the way things have been done to provide better ways of doing things. Why should saving money come with so many conditions? Why wouldn’t you help people pay down debt more quickly?