Thriday offers our customers an internal complaint and dispute resolution procedure that is: readily accessible; and free of charge. This page explains the internal complaint and dispute resolution procedure at Thriday.
The simplest way of solving a problem is to talk to someone about it. If you are unhappy regarding any of our products or services, we would like to hear about it. Our staff are trained to efficiently and courteously deal with all types of problems. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are not completely happy with any aspect of your dealings with Thriday.
For the purpose of resolving your complaint, we may ask for your personal information, including your name, contact information and the details of your complaint.
You can report a complaint about any Thriday product or service to any staff member of Thriday. If at all possible, the problem will be resolved immediately. If this is not possible, your problem will be referred to a supervisor or manager. If it relates to a partner’s product or service, we will advise you and escalate the complaint to the partner with all of the information you have already provided Thriday. Thriday can be contacted:
Frequently, complaints are simply cases of confusion or misunderstanding which can be sorted out to everybody’s satisfaction very quickly. However, not all complaints can be dealt with quickly. We aim to have your complaint resolved in a timely manner, but depending on the nature of the complaint, it may take up to 30 days.
If the complaint has not been resolved within 30 days, we will inform you that we need more time to investigate and an expected date for an outcome.
If we cannot resolve the complaint by the end of five (5) business days after receiving the complaint, we will notify you in writing of the outcome.
If this is not in your favour, we will inform you about:
Thriday is a member of the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA). If the complaint relates to a financial service, AFCA provides an external and impartial procedure for resolving disputes. AFCA is free of charge to customers.
If you are not satisfied with the final outcome of your complaint, you may pursue the matter further with AFCA. Once a complaint has been made to AFCA, they will contact Thriday directly to begin investigations.
You can contact AFCA on:
GPO Box 3
Melbourne VIC 3001
If the complaint is about how we have handled personal information and you are not happy with the way in which the complaint was handled, you can lodge the complaint with the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC). The complaint must be in writing and can be lodged online. You can find more information on the OAIC website.