Australia's #1 Junk Insurance Refund Service

What is junk insurance?

Junk Insurance is a term used to describe add-on insurance policies that are essentially useless to the consumer that it was sold to.

According to the Consumer Law Action Centre in Australia, it is estimated that Australians could have been sold more than $60 billion worth of junk insurance over the past ten years. Many people had been sold policies they would never be able to claim on, and there were others who didn’t even know they had been sold certain insurance policies in the first place. Their data also showed that it wasn’t just banks selling these policies to consumers, but also car dealers, retailers and insurers.

ASIC have been doing a fantastic job of securing over $160 million for consumers to date.

Junk Insurance comes in an assortment of different guises, which is what often makes it so hard to spot when you’re trying to find the best insurance cover for any situation for those who aren’t experts in the field. We can often get caught up in all the industry jargon and the stress and pressure of trying to cover every possible scenario where you could use the support of an insurance claim. The scare tactics alone where we are unknowingly coerced into considering every “worst case scenario” possible in your lifetime (no matter how outrageous or unlikely they may be) is enough to make anyone sign the dotted line out of pure fear.

Get My Refund will fight for every cent you're owed

We specialise in reclaiming money for consumers by investigating your individual situation to get back what you are owed if you were mis-sold, even if your loan is still current or has been paid out within the last 10 years.

How do I know if this is what I’ve been sold?

First of all, most people will not know in the first instance that they have been sold junk insurance. It is usually cleverly hidden within all of the industry lingo and wordy contracts that the average customer has no chance of understanding. Go through your contracts at your own speed, and clarify anything that confuses you. You will need to do some extra homework and thoroughly go through all your insurance documentation yourself, even after the insurance broker has already gone through it with you.
Clarify the words or statements that aren’t spelled out in layman’s terms, and make sure you can say with confidence that you understand the entirety of your contract. Don’t be scared to ask for help with this elsewhere too, from someone who can translate the industry speak. Check that the policy actually provides the cover that you’re after, and make sure that you know exactly what you want from an insurance policy before you go signing on the dotted line.

What could have been sold with my insurance?

Even if the loan is active or paid out:
  • Credit Cards
  • Home Loans
  • Bike/Car Finance – Bank or Dealer Finance
  • Personal Loans (excluding pay day loans, or Small Amount Credit Contracts)

What do I do if I think I’ve been sold junk insurance?

Thankfully this is where our industry expertise comes in! We take assist you with claiming back
  1. Provide us with your details, including loan contracts if you can (if not we can help)
  2. We analyse these details and call you to finalise your claim
  3. We submit your refund claim(s)
  4. You get paid!

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FAQs

If you have taken any type of consumer finance and have been sold insurance, you may be eligible for a refund on the premiums of that insurance. In some cases, you may also be eligible for a refund on the interest you have been charged on those premiums. Start here to quickly find out if you are eligible!

With Get My Refund, no refund, no fee! So why wait? Reach out to us by filling out our form and we will investigate your claim.

Once we have your refund claim, our current average claim success time is 45-55 days. We can request your details from your financier or you can send us your contacts to check to see if you have a refund claim!
 
Yes, absolutely! As per the ruling of the Royal Commission, any individual who has been mis-sold insurance with their consumer credit can make a claim.