Superannuation Australia Complaints Number and Email Support

If you have a complaint or a question regarding the Superannuation, here you can find specific information about the Superannuation complaints number and Superannuation Australia complaint department. Which allows you to solve your problem or any of your questions?

Different ways to Contact Superannuation

Way 1: Call the Superannuation customer number 1800 931 678. If you have a complaint about a service and other related query.

Step 2: Here are the second ways to make a compliant on Superannuation Customer Care via email,

Ways 3: If you have failed to complaint by phone number and email, you can also complaint after through his social media account such as, superannuation facebook pageTwitter, Instagram etc.

Superannuation Australia complaints phone number, email and Contact form

Superannuation Phone number: 1800 931 678

Mail office address: Australian Financial Complaints Authority Limited GPO Box 3 Melbourne, VIC 3001

If you are Superannuation customer and have a complaint, use the Superannuation contact form and let us know what happened. More second way to reach the company is by sending a quick email to customer service email, using the address Contact us via email.

Customer service hours

Day Opening Hours Closing Hours
Monday 9 AM 5 PM
Tuesday 9 AM 5 PM
Wednesday 9 AM 5 PM
Thursday 9 AM 5 PM
Friday 9 AM 5 PM
Saturday NA NA
Sunday NA NA

Superannuation Australia Customer Service Number & Email 

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Superannuation phone number 1800 931 678
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Superannuation headquarter office address Authority Limited GPO Box 3 Melbourne, VIC 3001

Call on Superannuation Customer care number to get Customer service tips. This is superannuation customer service phone number that you can use to contact Superannuation. You can use this number for various tasks such as:

  • Financial difficulty
  • Find a financial firm or superannuation fund
  • Before you complain to us
  • Accessibility and support
  • Languages
  • Credit, finance and loan complaints
  • Insurance complaints
  • Banking deposits and payments complaints
  • Investments and financial advice complaints
  • Superannuation complaints
  • Legacy complaints

If you are also experiencing some issue or queries with superannuation services, you can seek assistance from following Superannuation customer support email.

Superannuation Email support is available Feedback & Complaints. You can use it to solve your general problem.

How to make a complaint?

If you would like to make Superannuation complaint, please contact us via Contact Us page on website.

Superannuation provides customers with the best possible service. If you haven’t received the service you expected, you have the right to make a complaint.

The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) independently assists consumers and small businesses to make and resolve complaints about financial firms.

When you complain to us, they follow a complaint resolution process that provides free and fair outcomes. However, you should be aware that there are certain complaints they can’t consider.

Any determinations they make are binding on the financial firm if the complainant accepts. In the case of superannuation complaints, determinations are binding on both parties, regardless of whether the outcome is accepted.

They service is free to access. If you need more support, there are other support services such as community legal centres and financial counsellors you can talk to.

There’s some key information to know before you make a complaint to AFCA.

Click on the button below to start the complaint process.

About us Superannuation Australia

AFCA considers complaints that previously would have been handled by the Financial Ombudsman Service, the Credit and Investments Ombudsman and the Superannuation Complaints Tribunal. they are the dispute resolution scheme for financial services.

They consider complaints about:

  • credit, finance and loans
  • insurance
  • banking deposits and payments
  • investments and financial advice
  • superannuation

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