Complaints Handling Policy
We are committed to handling all complaints fairly, efficiently, and effectively.
Complaints allow us to understand areas for improvement and to utilise the experience and information to improve our practices and reduce the occurrence of complaints.
Every customer we interact with is important. Each complaint is taken seriously, and we will do our best to resolve your issue in a timely and fair manner, and keep you informed along the way.
Making a Complaint
How to make a complaint
You can lodge a complaint with us via our call centre, email, through our partners or via social media. When we speak to you, we will discuss the issue and if possible, resolve it immediately. If we cannot resolve your complaint to your satisfaction at the first point of contact, we will consider your complaint further and respond to you with our findings.
If you have any queries in relation to our complaints handling process, please contact our Complaints Team with the below details:
|Telephone||13 19 20|
|Fax||1300 735 322|
|In writing||iSelect Pty Ltd, L11, Tower 1, 727 Collins Street, Docklands VIC 3008|
When making a complaint with us, we require some information so we can investigate your issue thoroughly and effectively. These details will be forwarded to our Internal Dispute Resolution (IDR) team. If the IDR team identify the complaint is in relation to one of our partners’ products or services, they will refer you to the partner’s IDR process.
We will acknowledge complaints within one business day or as soon as practicable, and an outcome will be provided to you within 30 calendar days. If we believe the complaint will take longer than 30 days to resolve, we will notify you of the delay.
External review options
If you are not satisfied with the decision or the way we handled your complaint, you can pursue the complaint further with an external body such as the relevant Ombudsman listed in the below table. They will independently and impartially resolve complaints between consumers and participating service providers. Please note that before the relevant ombudsman can investigate and assist you with your complaint, they generally require you to have first provided us with the opportunity to address the complaint.
|Complainant||A person or small business. It includes, at a minimum:
an individual consumer, guarantor or representative.A representative might include financial counsellors, legal representatives, family, friends, and members of parliament.
|Complaint||An expression of dissatisfaction made to or about an organisation—related to its products, services, staff or the handling of a complaint—where a response or resolution is explicitly or implicitly expected or legally required|
|Dispute||Defined same as complaint.|
Updated March 2023