Is the Qsuper Class Action Class Action a Scam?

Is the Qsuper Class Action Class Action a Scam?

If you were a QSuper member as at 1 July 2016, and satisfy the definition of a group member in the class action brought by Jessica Amy Challenor against the QSuper Board, you may have recently received a letter and opt out notice in relation to the class action. The class action claims thousands of QSuper fund members who were wrongly charged excessive premiums for their life insurance policies.

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Is the Qsuper Class Action Class Action a Scam?