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Anyone recommend their buildings and contents insurance?

(6 Posts)
annandale Sun 29-Nov-15 12:29:33

Nice bland title for a thread with a deal grin I've managed to let our insurance lapse confused and I need to sort that out pronto. It occurs to me that someone out there might have a 'recommend a friend' deal from their insurer where they get some vouchers out of it if I take out insurance. Fancy recommending yours? What do you have to do to get that deal?

specialsubject Sun 29-Nov-15 15:49:37

nice idea but you cannot wait for anything, your house is at risk.

get on the comparison sites, fill in all the detail - also look at those not on the sites. You'll see a factor of 10 difference in quotes so vouchers are not really an issue.

get typing NOW!

BackforGood Sun 29-Nov-15 16:00:05

Might be worth trying your union if you are in one - the associated company have provided the bast deal for us for YEARS (and I check the comparison sights most years and they can't touch the price)

annandale Sun 29-Nov-15 19:25:46

Ooh thanks backforgkod that's worth a try.

Luxyelectro Sun 29-Nov-15 19:28:59

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

whirlybird42 Sun 29-Nov-15 20:16:42

I'd get online now, especially with this stormy weather. If you have a mortgage you're probably also breaching your terms by not insuring your property.

I use, compare the market or money saving expert to look at recommended deals. I think I'm with nationwide at the moment but that worked out best in terms of excesses, premium and cover - included legal expenses, for example.

Please don't wait though.

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