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Re: Car Insurance

Postby dipsydoodlenoodle » Tue May 12, 2009 8:46 am

irnbrubar wrote:A lot of our clients tend to be coming to us with better quotes from churchill


Don't churchill advertise that they guarantee to save you money?...if so they've always been one of the most expensive ones for me.
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Re: Car Insurance

Postby jen » Tue May 12, 2009 9:54 pm

Yeah i think they do guarentee to save you money, although i think the big appeal with them at the moment is that i think they're offering discounted or free contents insurance (although not 100% on that so i wouldn't quote me on it). Plus they have the whole "we only have uk based call centres" which appeals to a lot of the older clients
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Re: Car Insurance

Postby dipsydoodlenoodle » Wed May 13, 2009 8:42 am

irnbrubar wrote:Yeah i think they do guarentee to save you money


That is what I thought, except they've always been way more expensive for me...I always wondered do I phone them up and say "you guaranteed to save me money, you don't. What now?"

irnbrubar wrote:Plus they have the whole "we only have uk based call centres" which appeals to a lot of the older clients


A company I was with had UK call centres too but I don't remember who it was, it certainly wasn't churchill though.
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Re: Car Insurance

Postby RagDoll » Wed May 13, 2009 12:27 pm

Thanks for all the responses.

I've tried direct line as well now and I got a quote for over £500! I'm currently with Churchill, so I will give them a call and ask for a quote but I usually find that my current insurer tends to give a ridiculous quote to renew the insurance.

It looks like I won't be getting it any cheaper than around £400 *sigh*
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Re: Car Insurance

Postby dipsydoodlenoodle » Wed May 13, 2009 12:38 pm

RagDoll wrote:I'm currently with Churchill, so I will give them a call and ask for a quote but I usually find that my current insurer tends to give a ridiculous quote to renew the insurance.


Try getting a quote online with them. You get a 10% discount.

I was with 'more than' last year, they offered me a high renewals quote. I checked out what I could get on line (i.e. cheaper); called to say I wouldn't be renewing and then went straight online and went back to my SAVED quote and bought that. Save your quote when you do it cos sometimes when you go back you can't get it as cheap; if you get it cheaper save the cheapest one.
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