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Old 22-03-11, 06:16 PM   #1
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Default Insurance - how can this be?????

Insurance is 540 with endsleigh when priced through moneysupermarket. It is 1516 when priced with endsleigh direct. I thought it was dearer through the money supermarket websites.

I also cannot see where to tell endsleigh I have 3 points for speeding, do I have to ring..
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Old 22-03-11, 06:38 PM   #2
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All these comparison websites need further checking - I've found that not all the details get transferred to the individual websites correctly, and thus you have to click through from the comparison website to the individual and re check/enter the details again.
There will be somewhere on Endsleigh to enter your points - I used to have to
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Old 22-03-11, 07:00 PM   #3
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id say going direct to insurers also saves you money as then your cutting out the middle man commision that these comparison websites no doubt get



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Old 23-03-11, 04:19 PM   #4
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It's the inconsistency that strikes me as odd.

I'm insured directly through peugeot on the 107, and it's a mind buggeringly low premium. Fantastic.

Got a quote for the 3008 through them, and it was 90 higher than the next highest quote.

What gives?
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And its dearer to go third party f&t that comprehensive, thats strange also...!
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Old 23-03-11, 09:36 PM   #6
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Please excuse me butting in...

I am sure insurance companies will charge as much as they can get away with.

Whethere its Sky, AA, Broadband, Mobile phones, as soon as you say you want to cancel. Then the cost drops and a 'new deal' is suddenly offered.

Im sure insurance companies rely on repeat business.. The point when someone says its 38 a month.. 12 months 18 or whatever but the revenue from the majority that 'just pay it' is enormous. I would imagine (shout if i am wrong) that the super market/ compare sites show the minimum they are prepared to drop to. If someone offered you 8k for your car thats only woth 3K would you take it? Yes sireee

When have you phoned someone direct and heard....Sir/ Madam we can do that cheaper for you?? Never... until you mention cancelling or going elsewhere.

As i say excuse me butting in..... please
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Old 23-03-11, 11:51 PM   #7
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Biggest drop i ever had was 300 , wasn`t impressed they quoted big then dropped after checking a few details, their xmas party drinks bill i would guess.
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Old 24-03-11, 01:37 PM   #8
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Just to be different, I've never had them drop the price - 3yrs in a row I tried, twice with the AA and once with Directline. Every year "insurance has risen 40%".... yet how come other can provide cover at half the price?? I tell them the other quote, only answer is increase my excess - no thats not the same policy! Aaaarrgghh... they don't seem to listen, and then I say I won't be renewing, and all I get is "OK". Don't think they all want the business as much as some may do.
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unless i want to be butt f**ked i will be staying with my current insurer...cheapest around by far any others on comparison websites are quoting over 2k where as i get from current at around 1.6k



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You must have quite a claims/conviction history to be up at premiums that high.... unless your car is somewhat high spec??
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