At Medfin we welcome the opportunity to listen to your opinions and to improve our client service in any way possible. If our service does not meet your expectations or you would like to give us a suggestion about how we can improve, please contact us by using one of the following alternatives.
Six ways to raise an issue with Medfin
1. Feedback form
Submit feedback online using the feedback form on the left-hand navigation
2. Call us
Contact Client Services on 1300 728 718 or your Relationship Manager
3. Send us a fax
Fax to Client Services on 1300 654 141
Send us an email to MedfinFeedback@nab.com.au or email your Relationship Manager.
5. Speak to us directly
Come and see us at one of our branches and speak to us directly.
6. Write to us
Client Services, Medfin Australia Pty Ltd, PO BOX 304, St Leonards NSW 1590
Fast resolutions to your concerns
Every issue raised with Medfin will be addressed as quickly as possible. If an issue cannot be resolved immediately, we will contact you on the next working day to discuss the ongoing process.
Most general issues are resolved within one business day. If your issue cannot be resolved on that day, Medfin aims to find a resolution within five working days. If more time is required for investigation, we will advise you by using your preferred communication method.
Going a step further? Our internal feedback process
We’re here to help, so if you feel that Client Services or your Relationship Manager haven’t resolved the issue, the next step is to escalate your concerns to one of our leaders. Phone 1300 361 122 or email client_resolutions[at]medfin.com.au and our Client Service representative will transfer your call to the appropriate leader.
Need more options?
If you have raised an issue with Medfin and don’t feel it has been resolved to your satisfaction, you may be able to raise your concerns with the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA).
The Australian Financial Complaints Authority is not an advocate for either the client or the financial institution, but rather works to assess the merits of each case based on the information provided by both parties, taking into account the law, applicable industry codes or guidelines, good banking practice and fairness.
You can contact the Australian Financial Complaints Authority:
Phone: 1800 931 678
Australian Financial Complaints Authority
GPO Box 3
Melbourne Victoria 3001