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This is a question Waste of money

I once paid a small fortune to a solicitor in a legal case. She got lost on the way to court, turned up late with the wrong papers and started an argument with the judge, who told her to "shut up, for the love of God". A stunning investment.

Thanks to golddust for the suggestion

(, Thu 30 Sep 2010, 12:45)
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Oh dear. You look like a bit of a twat.
and far from making your point to your ex-insurers, they will have laughed at the thick cunt of a client who couldn't read a renewal notice. You did get your renewal notice, but like thousands of other people, you didn't bother to read it properly. You know, like those 'shot-sighted' individuals you refer to in your letter.

If you HAD have read your renewal, you would have noticed that if you pay on direct debit then your insurance will automatically renew unless you contact your insurers. They have to do this by law. It's not them being money-grabbing cunts, it's them making sure that you don't break the fucking law by driving around uninsured.

If you had bothered to contact your insurance company within 14 days of your renewal date then there would have been no cancellation fee. Unfortunately you didn't. Sucks to be you. I can guarantee that you are the laughing stock of your insurance company and they are rather pleased to have lost your business.

Moral of the story kids - READ YOUR BLOODY DOCUMENTATION PROPERLY.
(, Sat 2 Oct 2010, 17:50, closed)
Thanks for telling me what post I did and didn't receive
I'm glad I have you to remember this for me. I can assure you I didn't: I make sure to read every insurance-related letter as I'm in the midst of a claim from last year and get lots of letters regarding this. If I HAD read my renewal, I would have contacted them within 14 days. Of course, if I HAD read my renewal then I would have received it. I did not, though you seem to be confident that I did - can you stop going through my post, please?
(, Sat 2 Oct 2010, 18:38, closed)
It's not your insurance company's fault. It's yours.
You know when your renewal date is, you should know your policy will automatically renew, you didn't cancel it in time. It's very very simple. You are a cock.
(, Sat 2 Oct 2010, 19:16, closed)
Oh man, wait till they find out you're my missus.
There'll be HELL ON then.
(, Sat 2 Oct 2010, 19:23, closed)
Ha ha ha ha ha

(, Sun 3 Oct 2010, 2:23, closed)
handbags
at dawn.
(, Sat 2 Oct 2010, 23:38, closed)
Mine doesn't
And my previous ones never did, either. I changed insurers and the old ones just buggered off.
(, Sun 3 Oct 2010, 14:39, closed)
+1
Mine too, and my current policy (bought online) gave the option during checkout to auto-renew at the expiry date.
After reading this post I though to myself "nah, I'm a grown up, I'll make my own arrangements in my own time thank you very fucking much."
(, Sun 3 Oct 2010, 18:59, closed)
LEAVE IT WICCA. He's a diamond mate of mine and I am King Of /Talk
Therefore, I am right and you need to send me a dog with a log on it's tits.
(, Sun 3 Oct 2010, 22:01, closed)

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