Comments on (07) 3732 2200

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23 complaints this year, 47 total complaints

23 complaints this year, 47 total complaints

Comments on (07) 3732 2200


Anonymous

Posted on May 18, 2021
Caller type: Service
Location: Australia
Caller: AAMI

I have a car insurance claim in progress through AAMI and this was them trying to get in touch with me regarding my assessment. Legitimate call. (it may say Suncorp but there are a few different insurance companies under them)
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Anonymous

Posted on March 16, 2022
Caller type: Unknown
Location: Australia
Caller: Suncorp Corporation

This number, (07) 3732 2200, is absolutely, completely, totally, undeniably the Suncorp Corporation (AAMI, GIO. etc etc).. The nonsense that is written below about it being a scam call is ridiculous.
The Suncorp officer will not make any comment or answer any question until identification of name, address and birthdate of the person answering the phone is provided. This seems like an appropriate protection of customer privacy to me.
I have had two major insurance claims in the past three years and this is the telephone number via which I have had about fifty conversations to satisfactorily conclude the business. My advice to the people who claim this number is a scam is to sit back, be quiet and don't make a nuisance of yourselves.
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Anonymous

Posted on June 12, 2021
Caller type: Company
Location: Australia
Caller: Suncorp insurance

Claimed they were Suncorp insurance and wanted to obtain ID and stated our claim was revoked . Once questioned more could not state the make and model of our car we drive let alone explain why they would make the decision to revoke part of our claim nor that there had been any further contact by police ……… scam do not tell them anything
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Anonymous

Posted on March 11, 2021
Caller type: Unknown
Location: Australia
Thanks, I am glad I looked up.
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Anonymous

Posted on January 29, 2021
Caller type: Unknown
Location: Australia
They said it was an insurance matter but wouldn’t answer questions
When they asked for my personal details i stopped the call
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Anonymous

Posted on September 15, 2021
Caller type: Unknown
Location: Australia
thanks now I know - yes as previous comment if they want they can email - then its traceable
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Anonymous

Posted on December 6, 2022
Caller type: Unknown
Location: Australia
Caller: Suncorp

This is a genuine Suncorp call number. It is NOT A SCAM CALL

I currently have business with Suncorp and they called using this number in relation to this business.

Possibly also used by AAMI and Shannons etc., as they are under the same business umbrella
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Anonymous

Posted on November 29, 2022
Caller type: Unknown
Location: Australia
Two weeks ago, my friends and I went for shopping at DFO. I accidentally hit another car as I tried to pull over. At the time there was a woman who witnessed the car accident. She went to me taking a photo of slighly damaged car. She said to me specifically that "I am going to take your detail as I know people hit and run with the damage car without leaving a detail or leaving a detail with the wrong ph number". So I gave her what she asked for. She then rang my number to make sure that the # I gave was right. I was very suspicious with her action. She said she is going to report the incident to the business centre at DFO.

When I got to another destination, I went to the insurance office and report re the issue. Perhaps an hr later there was call from a guy saying he is the car owner. He asked for my detail including home address. When he mentioned "address" it rings the bell. Why would this guy wants my home address if he has the insurer? So I told him I can give you the basic detail but not my home address for security purposes. He said Ok. A few minutes later he messaged me saying "someone from the insurance company will call you for your detail and I said the same thing.

Finally, I recieved a call from the said insurance guy asking the same question. I said I reported the incident to my insurer and I let my insurer deal with it. He said "I need it for Police report". My ears were ringing, I raised my voice saying why would you involve Police with this matter, the damage is not worth to have the Police involved? Again, I said I never disclose my private detail for privacy and security purposes. Also, I said, I do not want to be harassed at home. You work for the insurance company you should know a privacy policy. I said I let the Police call me as they have my details through my drivers licence and car registration number. He said it is OK. He pretended that our conversation was recorded as he gave me a reference number. My phone location was deactivated during the first convo with the said car owner.

Today 28 Nov 2022, I called the insurer using the official contact from the website. It took me an hr to get through but it was worth it because I was informed that the owner did not put the claim. So they try to scam me, they never know that I am a street animal. FYI, the lady from the insurance claim did not ask me about the reference number. However, I gave the detail of the plate #, owner ph# and the name of the owner who I am at fault with.

Moral lesson: never disclose your private detail to a stranger or anybody calls you to avoid harm to yourself and others.
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Anonymous

Posted on September 23, 2021
Caller type: Unknown
Location: Australia
Caller: Bingle

They asked to do 3 point ID check, I asked them what is this in relation to and they wouldn't diclose.
I told them go away if they can't tell me what the call was for.
Indian person was the caller.
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Anonymous

Posted on February 9, 2023
Caller type: Company
Location: Australia
Caller: Suncorp

It was definitely Suncorp and genuine. I was transferred money into my bank account for a claim after the call. They had my bank details & I only confirmed last 3 numbers. So not a scam for me at least.
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Anonymous

Posted on February 6, 2023
Caller type: Unknown
Location: Australia
Definitely a scam. Left a message wanting to talk to me about my business insurance policy. I don’t have one. Also I suspect the comments here about it not being a scam could easily be left by the scammers.
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Anonymous

Posted on November 24, 2022
Caller type: Company
Location: Australia
Caller: It was suncorp... (Apia)

After l read many of the comments here about the suncorp connection, l decided to call my insurance claims officer and ask if they had called me today. I asked what number they had called from. It is Apia/Suncorp... l explained that the caller who left me a message had spoken so fast that l couldn't understand a word, and how l had looked up the number here earlier. She apologised. That call was recorded.... so her boss may now know that many people are having difficulty with her messages when she speaks so rapidly. Recieved an email and text later as well.
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Anonymous

Posted on November 15, 2022
Caller type: Unknown
Location: Australia
Left voicemail. Could barely understand a word of highly accented message so no idea what it was about. Will err on the side of caution and ignore.
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Anonymous

Posted on July 26, 2022
Caller type: Scam call
Location: Australia
Not sure why this company keep calling me. Doesn’t leave a message
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Anonymous

Posted on June 16, 2022
Caller type: Unsolicited call
Location: Australia
Caller: "Suncorp"

I have no insurance with AAMI or any other Suncorp subsidiary. I could hear the line cutting in over VOIP and there was a significant delay between when I spoke and the other party replied. I suspect they have hijacked the number from overseas to seem legitimate. They kept asking for personal information before they could discuss a recent incident, but I refused to give it until they could tell me what the recent incident was such as something simple like a car accident, or a home insurance claim. I rang the real AAMI and they had no record of the call. Absolute scam.
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Anonymous

Posted on December 31, 2021
Caller type: Unknown
Location: Australia
From the looks of it, it’s about insurance, and I don’t have a claim out at the moment, plus my insurance company have a note on file not to contact me by phone
Obviously a scam
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Anonymous

Posted on March 17, 2023
Caller type: Company
Location: Australia
Caller: AAMI

AAMI . No problem. Not Scam.
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Anonymous

Posted on March 17, 2023
Caller type: Company
Location: Australia
Caller: GIO

Finalising insurance claim

Not a scam number.
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Anonymous

Posted on March 8, 2023
Caller type: Unknown
Location: Australia
Caller: 37322200

You sound like you're involved. Suss
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Adil

Posted on March 7, 2023
Caller type: Financial services
Location: Australia
Caller: AAMI

They asked 3 IDs, so before sharing I verified the case number, which they confirmed. Should be OK to pick the call, otherwise get ready for call waiting :)
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