Tasplan is a multi-industry, profit-for-members, public offer super fund.
Tasplan is committed to efficiently and professionally resolving member and client complaints and enquiries in relation to products and services delivered by Tasplan and its representatives.
If you aren't happy with us, please let us know. We see complaints as an opportunity to address your needs and concerns.
We follow the Australian standards for handling complaints.
As outlined in these standards, we follow these guiding principles when dealing with your complaint:
|Principle||We're committed to handling your complaint.|
|Visibility||We make our complaints handling policy available through a number of channels.|
|Accessibility||Both you and our staff can access the policy and there are a number of ways to lodge a complaint.|
|Responsiveness||We make every effort to deal with your concerns as quickly as possible. We'll acknowledge your complaint within 10 business days. We'll also respond to your complaint as soon as we can – but by no later than 90 days.|
|Objectivity||Through the complaint handling process, we'll address your complaint in an equitable, objective and unbiased way.|
|Charges||We won't charge you for making a complaint.|
|Customer focused approach||We're committed to resolving complaints and we're open to feedback from our members and participating employers.|
|Accountability||Our staff accept accountability for efficiently and effectively resolving complaints and prepare monthly reports for the executive and the Board.|
|Continual improvement||We review our complaints handling process regularly to keep the process efficient, effective and responsive.|
3. Complaints process
If you have a complaint about a Tasplan product or service, you can make it by letter, phone, email or in person. If the matter is complex, we recommend you make the complaint in writing, so we keep the details straight.
|If you're submitting a complaint by letter, address it to||Complaints Officer
GPO Box 1547
Hobart TAS 7001
|If you're submitting a complaint by email, address it firstname.lastname@example.org|
|If you're submitting a complaint by phone, please call us on||1800 005 166|
|If you're in Hobart and submitting a complaint in person, visit us during business hours||Tasplan
Level 8, 188 Collins Street, Hobart
If you can't come to our office but want to complain in person, call us on 1800 005 166 and we'll try and work something out with you.
Please provide the following information to support your complaint:
The more information you provide, the faster and better we can resolve your complaint.
If you need help to make a complaint, please call us on 1800 005 166 and we can assist you.
We make every effort to deal with your concerns as quickly as possible. We'll acknowledge your complaint within 10 business days. We'll also respond to your complaint as soon as we can - certainly within 90 calendar days.
We'll keep you informed about the progress of your complaint but you can still ask us how it's going.
Once we've reviewed your complaint, we'll write to you with our response. If you're not satisfied, you can ask the Complaints Officer to review the response and provide the reasons you think the original response was wrong.
If you're not satisfied with the response or the way we handled it, you can refer the matter to an external dispute resolution service.
If an issue hasn’t been resolved to your satisfaction, you can lodge a complaint with the Australian Financial Complaints Authority, or AFCA. AFCA provides fair and independent financial services complaint resolution that is free to consumers.
You can contact the AFCA on:
|Phone||1800 931 678 (free call)|
|In writing to||Australian Financial Complaints Authority
GPO Box 3
Melbourne VIC 3001
If your complaint relates to your privacy and we didn’t respond within 30 days, or you’re dissatisfied with our response to your privacy concerns, a complaint may be lodged with the Office of the Australian Information Commission (OAIC):
Their enquiry line is 1300 363 992 or they have an online Privacy complaint form accessible at oaic.gov.au.
This form can also be downloaded, completed and sent to them by post, fax or email:
|Fax||(02) 9284 9666|
|In writing to||Office of the Australian Information Commissioner
GPO Box 5218
Sydney NSW 2001
We respect your right to lodge complaints and take the opportunity to review this input to work out whether we can improve our products and services.
We especially look for any systemic or recurring problems, so we can take action to improve our service delivery, including the complaints handling process.
If you have any feedback about this Complaints handling policy, please contact us and let us know. Contact details can be found in the section ‘Making a complaint’.