Dead impressed...

david_steward

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My Dinghy blew away last week so I phoned the insurers Wednesday. On Thursday the claim form turned up which I spent 5 minutes filling in. The insurers would have got that Friday.

This morning (Monday) a kite for a monkey ( Haydn that's a cheque for £500) landed on my mat with a nice letter. No excess or fuss.

And the name of this amazing outfit.......


The Soltron Insurance Company.



Well actually it was GJW Direct but I couldn't resist it.



(Anyone want to buy a dinghy, slightly windswept?) JOKE!!!


Ta Ta

Dave S
 

paulineb

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Did you not have to provide proof Dave? How did they know you're dinghy blew off (hee hee) and is not just in your garage? Do you lose any no claims ?

Pxx
 

jfm

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In my experience (2 claims 10 years) GJW are fantastically no quibble when you make a claim. Always use them
 

david_steward

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Re:No Proof....

They just took my word for it. Mind you, it has been a bit drafty of late. I had to send them a quote for a replacement but I just downloaded a page from Compass.

How are you now Pauline? Someone said you were completely stoned last week.


A poor joke I know but the best I could do before 9am.


Going anywhere at Easter? Fancy meeting up in Dieppe/Fecamp?

Hugs&kisses.

Dave S
 

davel

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Ditto.

No problems at all with recent claim following a mystery "bump" in the marina (anyone care to own up?). Go ahead for repairs given within 48 hours of posting the claim form.

Dave L.
Location: 50 51.0 N 1 18.6 W
 
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