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The Aon Centre, The Leadenhall Building, 122 Leadenhall Street London United Kingdom - EC3V4AN
United Kingdom

Phone number: 442076235500

Category: Products and Services

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The Aon Centre, The Leadenhall Building, 122 Leadenhall Street
United Kingdom – EC3V4AN

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The Leadenhall Building, 122 Leadenhall Street
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Complaints & Reviews — Aon

Update by user Jan 07, 2021 No progress Original review posted by user Jan 06, 2021 I had a travel insurance contract with AON. I called them before the start of the travel to figure out some details and had no response. Due to the lack of quick costumer support, I chose to cancel the contract with... Read more➤
I sent my statements showing I paid these Medial bills They said they never got them. I sent them copies twice still rejected User’s recommendation: BBB should check them out.
……INCOMPETENT ON ALL LEVELS!! Because of ACA we were forced by former employer to use Aon for YSA admin…..a complete FAIL from staff support to a 3rd world website. We have wasted hours and hours trying to sort out their messes over the years! AVOID if possible. User’s recommendation: ….AVOID FOR ADMIN IF POSSIBLE.
My husband and I were booked on a cruise in Nov 2019 but four weeks before our departure I ended up in emergency. Over the course of the next seven weeks there were three more trips to emergency and two surgeries. Carnival Cruise Line refunded most of the cost. I submitted all paperwork that AON asked for.... Read more➤
There are too many details to go into but I got sick while on a Tauck vacation. I was hospitalized, so I could not continue with the tour. I then spent the next 6 months fighting with Aon to refund my money. They purposely delayed any action on my claim. And the claim was not due to... Read more➤

Unacceptable service

Today, 22. 05, on the day of my son's name, to get a holiday package, my boy and I arrived at the post office in Canberra-21, Ulbrokas Street around 18:00. at the front door of the post office stood a crowd of litters, without any suspicion I went inside to wait for my turn. Upon entering the post office, I heard the employee deduct customers that she had named the wrong number, it was quite rude, considering that she still works in the service sector... the standing child was 5 meters so that there is no disagreement and undisputed power to show her all the numbers that were recorded by sms. At that time, there were two windows, 2 postal workers and two customers at the windows. After a few minutes, maybe sooner, it can be seen in the cameras that definitely the post office should have, she reminded me that I have to go outside. I didn't understand at first, I stood further waiting in line. I would like to point out that I follow all the rules, as suggested by the order no. I picked up electronically so as not to touch unnecessarily items that could be touched by other people. When the postal worker told me in a loud tone that I was not allowed to stand here and I had to go out with my child, I was a little confused because I was at the post office in April, but there was nothing like that. I went out to read the rules, nothing like the rules said I had to stand outside. It was written there about a distance of 2 meters and if the post office can not observe it, then you have to go outside to meet your line. It was windy and wanting to return to the premises so that the child would not catch a cold. I went inside, I stood aside, the distance was observed,all right, I hoped that if I had already come back, it would give me the opportunity to stand in line, pick up my shipment and go eat the baby's name day cake. But no, the lady says that those who stand inside will not be served - in the form of an ultimatum. Do postal workers have permission to drive customers out? At no point did I read such a provision, but a recommendation, not an ultimatum. I said I didn't want to catch a cold, so I didn't want to go outside. Then there was something very strange and atypical in the behavior of Australian postal workers, in a rude manner they verbally stumbled upon me that if I am sick, they will not serve the sick and in general why I have come here that they started to run, the other showed me some remote control, a button... Since I would have done something, my child looked at all this with big eyes... Please give me your name so I can contact the administration. She had no heat at the window or pinned to the form. Which I was again denied in a gross form, calling me sick. Unwilling to continue this conversation, I was simply desperate to visit this post office for 15 years, but what I saw like this for the first time. The holiday was ruined!

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