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Wally2
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Moke insurance

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Hi all,
I've been with Carole Nash insurance for 12 years now, usually around £120 to £133 (last year). However, just had this years renewal a joke at £284!! No amount of trying to lower it on the phone worked so ended up going with Adrian Flux at £159. I know that all insurance i.e. house other car etc. has all gone up but 113% rise was unacceptable.
Anyone else had the same problem? It pays to shop around as loyalty means nothing!
Chris
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Nigel(no top)Sykes
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Re: Moke insurance

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Let’s face it, they’re not in it to cover you they’re in it to bulk up their pension funds so any thoughts of loyalty on your part are pipe dreams.
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Re: Moke insurance

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Had the same thing with Carole Nash, went back to Adrian Flux
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Jez
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Re: Moke insurance

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Have been with Lancaster since the beginning, am limited to 6000 per year but still under £100, fully comprehensive with an agreed value of 26K.

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