Grievance Redressal We are happy to resolve any concern that you may have. Here’s what you need to do:

Step 1: Contact Us

Step 2: Take your grievance further

If you are not satisfied with our resolution, or have not received any response from us within 15 calendar days, you may:

Email Us:

Our 'Grievance Officer' at grievance.redressal@indiafirstlife.com

Mail/Courier:

Write to us at the address mentioned below:

KR Viswanarayan
Grievance Redressal Officer
IndiaFirst Life Insurance Company Ltd
301, 'B' Wing, The Qube, Infinity Park,
Dindoshi - Film City Road,
Malad (East), Mumbai - 400 097

Please quote your Complaint/Service Request ID. This would have been provided to you on your registration of your complaint in Step 1

Step 3: Approach IRDAI Grievance Cell

If you are still dissatisfied with the response or if you don’t receive a communication from the Grievance Redressal Officer within 15 days, you may approach the Grievance Cell of the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) on the details given below:

Online:

Register a complaint here

Call:

On the IRDAI Toll Free No.: 155255

Email:

Mail/Courier:

Write to us by communicating your complaints at the address mentioned below:

Consumer Affairs Department
Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India
9th floor, United India Towers, Basheerbagh
Hyderabad – 500 029, Andhra Pradesh

Fax:

Number: 91- 40 – 6678 9768

Step 4: Reach out to Insurance Ombudsman

In case you are dissatisfied with the resolution or your problem remains unsolved you may then directly approach the Insurance Ombudsman. Click here to find the address

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

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 a period of one year from the date of rejection by the insurer
  • If it is not simultaneously under any litigation