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Be Wiser Car Insurance broker. A Warning.
As the title. I took a policy out with this lot and their practices are to say the least questionable. Google Be Wiser complaints. There's lots of reading there for you.
I will be steering well clear of them in future.

It goes like this,

1, Buy a policy but stipulate zero NCD.
2, They send the policy with 9 years NCD!
3, You complain.
4, They tell you the policy will be £XYZ more expensive because the original policy was for 9 years NCD.
5, You can cancel but it will cost.

Double Wammy.

Not nice.

08 Citroen Berlingo MkIII 1.6 hdi Vtr 90. It's gone. 'Twas a bad'un.

Yes I am an angry old fart.
No worries, I've got more than nine years NCB :whistle:
Somedays you're the pigeon, Somedays you're the statue.
Is this a big con , ?

If you claim on it do they refuse to pay out because the policy you took out had 9 years NCD when in fact you had none ? :eek:
Have you got the time and date you rang them up for a quote and maybe the first name of the person you spoke to they will have recorded it get a team leader to check it and if you are right they will cover you for that price or a refund
You can ask for a copy of the recording
                                     Smile  It's too orangey for crow's It's just for me and my dog  Smile

                                                        Heart Heart Love a lot trust a few  Dodgy

The policy was missold and thus they cannot charge for it. They MUST change it for nothing but
obviously your premium will increase as there will be a difference between NCD claimed.
Speak to them on the phone and if you can't come to a satisfactory solution
then phone these people:
The Older I get the Better I Was!  Cool
Every time I have changed insurers in 38 years of bike riding and car and van driving I have been asked for proof of NCD, do they not do this any more? Haven't changed insurers for several years now.
The last time i changed insurers they asked for proof of NCD. They asked for a copy of the renewal notice. So they said anyway , my new insurer was maybe wanting to know what my old insurer was charging me.
I've been asked for proof.You haven't changed ins co for years?Have you checked competitors? My ins this year was £20 cheaper than last.
Loyalty can cost you your hard earned loot.Confusedalut::thumbsup:
Strawberry flavoured windows  Dodgy
I thought they can check your NCB for you online these day's Confusedcratch:
                                     Smile  It's too orangey for crow's It's just for me and my dog  Smile

                                                        Heart Heart Love a lot trust a few  Dodgy

I know they can check if you are insured , don't know if it says your NCB years

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