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How do I report mis-Selling by Reliance General Insurance?

Reliance General Insurance company has the responsibility to put in place proper procedures and effective mechanisms to address complaints and grievances of policyholders including mis-selling by different intermediaries and to ensure compliance with the statutory requirements.

Complaints about the Sales conduct of agents, brokers, and other sales intermediaries. These complaints could be regarding any of the following:

  • Mis-selling
  • Mis-representation
  • Rebating
  • Misappropriation of funds
  • Fraud
  • Forgery
  • Lack of service
  • Theft
  • Commission schemes/sharing
  • Fictitious policies

Step 1

The insured can register a complaint through the following modes:

  • Customer Service: 1800 3009
  • Email ID: rgicl.services@relianceada.com
  • Post:
    Reliance General Insurance,
    Correspondence Unit,
    2nd and 3rd Floor, Winway Building,
    11/12, Block No. 4, Old No. 67,
    South Tukoganj, Near Madhumilan Square,
    Indore, Madhya Pradesh – 452001

Step 2

If you are not satisfied with the response you got, email the Nodal Officer at rgicl.grievances@relianceada.com.

Step 3

If this leaves you unsatisfied too, email Head – Grievances at rgicl.headgrievances@relianceada.com.

Step 4

In case you are not satisfied with the information provided by the insurance company or if there is no response from the insurance company, then you may further contact the Grievance Redressal Cell of the Consumer Affairs Department of IRDA or the Insurance Ombudsman.

IRDAI Grievance Details

  • IRDA Grievance toll-free number: 155255
  • Fax number : 91 40 6678 9768
  • Email ID: complaints@irda.gov.in
  • You can also register your complaint online at http://igms.irda.gov.in
  • Address for communication for complaints by fax/paper:
    Consumer Affairs Department
    Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority
    9th Floor, United India Towers,
    Hyderguda, Basheerbagh,
    Hyderabad – 500 029
    Telangana

In the unlikely event that the policyholder is not happy with the resolution provided by the company, they may approach the Insurance Ombudsman located in their region. Some relevant information:

Details related to insurance ombudsman have been provided in the policy documents.

The insured/policyholder may approach the Insurance Ombudsman if the grievance pertains to:

  • Insurance claims that have been rejected or any dispute on the legal construction of the policy
  • Delay in settlement of claims
  • Dispute concerning the premiums
  • Non-receipt of the insurance documents

The complaint should be made in writing and be duly signed by the complainant or his/her legal heirs with full details of the complaint and the contact information of the complainant.

The address of the Insurance Ombudsman may be obtained online at www.irdaindia.org.in.

As per Provision 13(3) of the Redressal of Public Grievances Rules, 1998, the complaint to the Ombudsman can be made:

  • Only if the grievance has been rejected by the grievance redressal machinery of the insurer
  • Within one year from the date of rejection of the insurer
  • If it is not simultaneously under any litigation

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