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White goods insurance- Suggestions please

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grumpyfrumpy Wed 05-Jan-05 13:36:15

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grumpyfrumpy Thu 06-Jan-05 13:34:30

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Blackduck Thu 06-Jan-05 13:36:03

Fridge breakdowns (as in the contents going off) is usually covered under house contents insurance. As for the rest of it the general view is it is a waste of money.......

Blackduck Thu 06-Jan-05 13:37:04

General view I know of! (extended warranties and all that - highly inflated prices and the chance of it going wrong isn't that great - in theory!)

Titania Thu 06-Jan-05 13:38:53

i took out insurance with hotpoint when i bought my washing machine......glad in a way cos its always breaking down.....but they are SO SLOW......was 2 weeks before they could come out last time......

grumpyfrumpy Thu 06-Jan-05 13:49:21

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Furball Thu 06-Jan-05 13:53:50

Be careful, on a slightly different note, we took out a 5 year warranty for our new Dyson for £50. Which was sold to us as use or re-claim the £50 back after 5 years, great - not! They actually ask you to send off a portion of the warranty to validate the 5 year warranty and don't return it. To claim your £50 back you have to, arh yes, send off the part of the warranty that you did 5 years ago, that wasn't returned. Thanks, talk about day light robbery.

bunnyrabbit Thu 06-Jan-05 14:05:36

Furball,
That's outrageuos!! You should contact one of the cunsumer groups about that.. or Watchdog!

BR

Furball Thu 06-Jan-05 14:10:39

We first found out about it on Watchdog

grumpyfrumpy Thu 06-Jan-05 16:29:37

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misdee Thu 06-Jan-05 17:54:48

i have washing machine repair cover with domestic and general. will dig out details with u later. think its £80 for 5year cover. And they are coming out next week to repair my over worked machine

grumpyfrumpy Fri 07-Jan-05 13:35:38

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