To protect customers and the public, Allianz has already taken legal action. Please inform us if you suspect that you have received such phone calls made with fraudulent intent.
Currently customers and other persons in France are receiving e-mails from an alleged "Allianz Insurance LLC" and "Allianz Insurance Suède", who claim to offer motor vehicle transportation insurance and payment security under the Allianz brand/logo. As part of the fake transaction the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org is being used.
We would like to inform you that "Allianz Insurance LLC" and "Allianz Insurance Suède" do not belong to Allianz Group. We urgently warn you to not disclose any personal data or to make any payments.
To protect customers and the public, Allianz has already taken legal action. Please inform us at email@example.com if you suspect that you have been contacted by “Allianz Insurance LLC” or “Allianz Insurance Suède” with fraudulent intent.
Currently, customers and other persons are receiving phone calls from an alleged Allianz "Lottery Department", informing them that they have won a certain amount of money. In order to receive this money, they are informed that they need to pay a service fee and in some cases also provide their account details.
We would like to inform you that Allianz does not have a "Lottery Department" and does not make such phone calls (especially not in connection with a company called "TippAllianz" or via a call center). We urgently warn you to not disclose any personal data, particularly details of your account, in response to such phone calls.
To protect customers and the public, Allianz has already taken legal action. Please inform us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you suspect that you have received such phone calls made with fraudulent intent.
Allianz has become aware that the Allianz name and logo are misused in connection with lottery scams. These lottery scams follow a general pattern. Members of the public receive letters in which purported Spanish lottery officials inform them that they have won a large cash prize which has supposedly been deposited at and/or insured by an Allianz Security Company. For that purpose falsified logos of Allianz are used. In order to collect the prize, the addressee should first pay a fee that covers administrative costs for the alleged Allianz Security Company. The addressees should be aware that Allianz has no connection to the fraudster.
Anyone receiving such correspondence should not disclose any personal information or transfer any payments, as such advance fees will be lost. Allianz has reported the fraudster to the police.
Allianz takes reports of suspicious or fraudulent activities, including internet fraud or identity theft involving the unauthorized usage of the Allianz brand very seriously.
If you become aware of potentially fraudulent activities relating to any Allianz company or product (e.g. non existing Allianz companies, bond scams or people falsely pretending to work for Allianz), please inform us at email@example.com.