Complaints and Compliments
Thank you for providing us with the opportunity to resolve any enquiries you may have. Your feedback is appreciated and used to ensure we are continually improving our business to better meet your needs.
How to make a complaint
Simply Energy always aims to provide you with exceptional customer service. If you are unhappy with the service you have received or your expectations have not been met,
our friendly Customer Care Team will work with you to resolve any concerns or complaints you may have. We will manage each complaint in a respectful manner.
All complaints are handled in line with our Dispute Resolution Policy. For further information on how we will handle your complaint, you can access our Standard Complaints and Dispute Resolution Policy here.
You can contact our Customer Care Team on 13 88 08, or by email at email@example.com or write to us at PO Box 210, Balwyn, VIC 3103.
Letting us know about your experience helps us understand what you think we could do better and what we are doing right. We appreciate you taking time out of your day to provide feedback. If you have had a positive experience with us, we would love to hear about it so that we can recognise and reward our best performers, and make certain that we keep doing all the right things to ensure our customers are satisfied.
Do Not Contact List
If you would not like to be contacted by Simply Energy for sales and marketing purposes, call us on 13 88 08 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add you to our Do Not Contact list.
We take complaints and enquiries regarding privacy very seriously. If you have a query regarding our handling of your personal information, or would like to access or update your personal information, you can either:
- email us at email@example.com, or
- write to us addressed to The Privacy Officer, Simply Energy, PO Box 210, Balwyn VIC 3103.
If you have an enquiry about how we handle your credit-related personal information, or would like to update or access your information, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Privacy and Credit Information Management Policy here details how to raise privacy-related queries.
If you would like further investigation.
If our consultants have been unable to resolve your concerns, you can ask to speak to a team leader or one of our Customer Advocates in a specialised customer relations area, who will review your complaint and work with you to resolve your complaint.
We will aim to resolve your complaint within 15 business days of you raising it.
If you have escalated the matter through our complaint handling process and your complaint remains unresolved, you can lodge a complaint with your relevant State Energy Ombudsman. The Energy Ombudsman is an office of last resort for complaints that you have not been able to resolve with us directly first.
Each of the State Energy Ombudsman contact details are located in our Dispute Resolution Policy here.
Energy and Water Ombudsman Victoria
- Freecall: 1800 500 509
- Freefax: 1800 500 549
- Interpreter:131 450
- NRS: 133 677
- Email: email@example.com
*Before you contact the Energy and Water Ombudsman Victoria (EWOV), you must first log your
complaint with your retailer.
Energy & Water Ombudsman SA
- Freecall: 1800 665 565
- Freefax: 1800 665 165
- Interpreter: 131 450
- NRS: 133 677
- Visit: www.ewosa.com.au/
*Before you contact the Energy & Water Ombudsman SA (EWOSA), you must first log your complaint
with your retailer.
Energy & Water Ombudsman NSW
*Before you contact the Energy & Water Ombudsman NSW (EWON), you must first log your complaint
with your retailer.
Energy & Water Ombudsman Queensland (EWOQ)
*Before you contact the Energy & Water Ombudsman Queensland (EWOQ), you must first log your complaint with your retailer.
Australian Capital Territory Civil & Administrative Tribunal (ACAT)
*Before you contact the Australian Capital Territory Civil & Administrative Tribunal (ACAT) you must first log your complaint with your retailer.
Energy & Water Ombudsman Western Australia
*Before you contact the Energy and Water Ombudsman Western Australia you must first log your complaint with your retailer.