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Thread: Ripped off by Carole Nash

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul G (BHT) View Post
    Plus their £40 mid term policy change fee no doubt.
    Actually no. Not sure if adding a bike counts as a change
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    Quote Originally Posted by simondippenhall View Post
    Neil

    I am feeling a little less benevolent towards Carole Nash...despite having free money for the past two months whilst most bikes have been unused, they have added £50 to my renewal costs.(No claims, or convictions). This at a time when Admiral is handing back money to customers!

    So reluctantly looking for alternative providers....
    Let’s start with a simple one. The money (premium) is not free, it comes with risk. Unless that is you would not have claimed had your bikes (plural) been stolen, destroyed in a fire or suffered some other catastrophe, whilst you were not hooning one or the other of them around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steptoe View Post
    Actually no. Not sure if adding a bike counts as a change
    You have a duty (as set out in the Bikers Charter, chapter 125, sub-section 28 B, amended) to debate with the call centre chimp for hours over the phone, then suck your teeth and shake your head at the unfairness of it all.

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    I have taken a bike off and it has COST ME MORE.
    Literally, to reduce my insured assets and reduce my liability has cost me £47.80.......

    I have been with Carol Nash for 28 years. I dealt with Carol, then her son Malcolmb.... it is not the company it once was that is for certain. I have not gone ahead with changing the policy and I am going to write to them, in a proper manner, none of this email shite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Rat View Post
    I have taken a bike off and it has COST ME MORE.
    Literally, to reduce my insured assets and reduce my liability has cost me £47.80.......

    I have been with Carol Nash for 28 years. I dealt with Carol, then her son Malcolmb.... it is not the company it once was that is for certain. I have not gone ahead with changing the policy and I am going to write to them, in a proper manner, none of this email shite.
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    Hmm.. I jus got insurance with carole nash ,my renewal from Bennets was nearly £140 this yr ..told them to stop auto renew after they said that was the best they could do..probably couldnt be arsed to look as theyre working from home ..anyhoo carole nash was £80 so jus took it .. fekin rip off insurance.. they rely on folk to not to look for cheaper as most folk cannae be arsed wi all the faffing..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tractors are go View Post
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    And the wax seal on the envelope.
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