If you are not satisfied with AHIAL Cell
With the best will in the world, concerns about some aspects of our service may arise. Please help us to resolve your concerns as quickly as possible by following this process.
Please remember to quote your policy and/or claim number on all correspondence.
How we deal with your concerns
You can communicate with us about your concerns in writing by any reasonable means and this will always be free of charge. We assure you that feedback is always welcome as it enables us to identify ways to improve our service, and rest assured that we will always treat you fairly, equally and promptly. We will keep your records in accordance with the Data Protection Act and you have the right to request information about the progress of your concerns.
What you should do
AHIAL Cell staff have the training and authority to settle problems and will do everything they can to help. They should be your first point of contact. Your complaint will be acknowledged within 3 working days and you will be informed how AHIAL Cell will handle your complaint and who your contact person will be. We will give you a final reply to your concern within 15 working days from the date of receipt of your complaint. In the unlikely event that we are unable to conclude within this time period, we will write to you explaining why.
If you are still not satisfied
If your complaint arises over a claims issue, we may agree with you to refer your complaint to an independent arbitrator (such as The Malta Arbitration Centre) or to an arbitrator upon whom we jointly agree but who will not be a member of AHIAL Cell or their associated companies, and whose decision will be binding on both parties. Arbitration will take place in Malta.
If you are still not satisfied with our final reply or we have failed to give you a reply within 15 working days without giving you an explanation, you (individuals and micro enterprises) may refer your issues to the Financial Services Arbiter (Office of the Arbiter for Financial Services, 1st Floor, St Calcedonius Square, Floriana FRN 1530, Malta, telephone 8007 2366 or 21249245 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Issues related to online purchases
The European Commission has an online dispute resolution service for consumers who have a complaint about a product or service bought online. If you choose to submit your complaint this way, it will be forwarded to an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) entity which will handle the case entirely online and will reach an outcome in 90 days. Click here to access the Online Dispute Resolution Service. Please quote our email address [expat email address]