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Be Wiser Car Insurance broker. A Warning.
#1
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.
Dave.

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

Yes I am an angry old fart.
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#2
No worries, I've got more than nine years NCB :whistle:
Somedays you're the pigeon, Somedays you're the statue.
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#3
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:
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#4
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
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#5
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: http://www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk/pu...rance.html
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#6
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.
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#7
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.
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#8
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:
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#9
I thought they can check your NCB for you online these day's Confusedcratch:
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#10
I know they can check if you are insured , don't know if it says your NCB years
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