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Feb 13

Posts: 1

avatarR6 says:

MCE latest trick

Always read the small print !!

Just renewed my R6 policy with MCE. Been with them for a while as it is easy. Price was OK and offering 15 months for price of 12.
Straight after the cooling off period I get calls everyday which I miss until last night.  "Hello sir, as your policy excess is high we would like to offer you an excess waiver policy".  I answered that my excess isn't that high and get asked what I think it is.  Last year it was £250, now it has shot up to £800. I checked the policy and sure enough it is there in the small print.  
Am I the only mug or is this happening to anyone else ?? :wacko:

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Mar 09

Posts: 21

trumpet675 says:

Mce trick

Mce are not the only ones they all appear to be charging a smaller premium but hiding massive excess quotes !i reckon it's too stop us bothering to claim ,because in reality who the fucks got a spare £1000 worth of excess,they will try to sort it theirselves which is prob what they want us to do anyway.Does tend too piss oneself off a bit ,no wonder so many people don't bother with it .

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