Is your superannuation with QSuper? You may have been unfairly overcharged. Shine Lawyers has launched a class action on behalf of thousands of QSuper fund members who were wrongly charged excessive premiums for their life insurance policies.

Read This reviews to know know the details about Qsuper Class Action.

Meaning Of The Class Action

 A class action lawsuit is a legal action brought by a group of people who have suffered similar harm as a result of a company’s actions. Instead of each individual filing a separate lawsuit, the group can come together and file as one, which can be more efficient and cost-effective.

What Is Qsuper Class Action?

It is a class action about thousands of QSuper fund members who were wrongly charged excessive premiums for their life insurance policies. The Federal Court of Australia has ordered that group members in the QSuper Class Action are to be sent the following Opt Out Notice, which provides further information on the class action, including their right to opt out.

Please carefully read the linked Opt Out Notice.

Who Are The People Eligible For This Qsuper Class Action?

  • Those that have held an Accumulation Account with QSuper Fund on 17 May 2016, and been entitled to Standard Rates, White Collar or Professional Rates* (Fund Member);
  • Someone acting on behalf of a deceased Fund Member
  • You must have received payment from a deceased Fund Member at any time after 1 July 2016;
  • Have received a transfer from a Fund Member, pursuant to an order or settlement in a Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) proceeding.

How To Know If You Have Been Overcharged?

If you are unsure whether you were incorrectly over charged for your QSuper life insurance policy, we encourage you to register in the QSuper Class Action. Our experienced Class Action Team will assess your eligibility to ensure that you receive the compensation you are entitled to.

Will It Cost You Money To Join The Qsuper Class Action?

It costs you nothing to join the class action. Group members will have no liability for legal costs if the class action is unsuccessful.

Who Are The Shine Lawyers

Shine Lawyers was founded in 1976 in Queensland, with Shine Justice listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in 2013. As one of Australia’s largest litigation law firms, Shine Lawyers is comprised of a hardworking, straight-talking team of people who have the clout to take on Australia’s biggest cases.

More Information About Qsuper Class Action

In 1976 in Toowoomba, Queensland. A country lawyer by the name of Kerry Shine wanted to do things differently and believed in always putting his clients first. He went on to become Queensland’s Attorney General but before he left, he made sure his vision would be carried on to help many more.

Kerry taught Simon Morrison (Managing Director) and Stephen Roche the ways of righting wrong. By carrying on Kerry’s vision, imparting their own down to earth wisdom and creating a community of like-minded people, Simon, Stephen and the team took Shine Lawyers from strength to strength. As we look toward the future, we’re excited to be able to help more clients than ever before.


Qsuper Class Action is not a scam. It is an email about Plaintiff law firm Shine Lawyers who filed a class action in the Federal Court on behalf of QSuper’s members, alleging the Brisbane-based fund may have “unfairly overcharged” them life premiums. The link attached to the text message is safe.

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