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Get a FREE Amazon Echo Dot when you take out Very Home Insurance!

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Get a FREE Amazon Echo Dot when you take out Very Home Insurance! Offer ends 31st May 2017. New Very Home Insurance customers only. Read More
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Get a FREE Amazon Echo Dot when you take out Very Home Insurance!
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1 Like #1
how could any one vote this cold, if you need home insurance then it doesn't hurt to get a quote.
1 Like #2
How likely is it to be a good insurance quote (with the Echo priced in)?
2 Likes #3
I would not trust these shower of **** with my home insurance!
#4
I'm going to find the cheapest, smallest property in the village and insure it for a month to get a free Amazon echo dot.
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qwerta369
I'm going to find the cheapest, smallest property in the village and insure it for a month to get a free Amazon echo dot.
Has to be a year.

Last year I got my mother a £55 policy with £40 cashbacks on quidco.
Myself £110 M&S with £80 food vouchers.

However quidco have refused some big cashbacks for me recently, so **** it.

£58 for my mother contents insurance + an echo dot, not bad.

The insurance is underwritten by a large licenser who in turn have an insurer. Doesn't matter what slapper you buy it off, same in the end.
Policy t&c look ok too.

Edited By: rvcshart on May 15, 2017 18:02
#6
aass11
How likely is it to be a good insurance quote (with the Echo priced in)?


The insurance is underwritten by a large licenser who in turn have an insurer. Doesn't matter what slapper you buy it off, same in the end.
Policy t&c look ok too.
#7
cdm22
I would not trust these shower of **** with my home insurance!


The insurance is underwritten by a large licenser who in turn have an insurer. Doesn't matter what slapper you buy it off, same in the end.
Policy t&c look ok too.
#8
mvisram
cdm22
I would not trust these shower of **** with my home insurance!


The insurance is underwritten by a large licenser who in turn have an insurer. Doesn't matter what slapper you buy it off, same in the end.
Policy t&c look ok too.


yeah but it's still Very you've got to deal with if you need to claim
#9
Will this ring the police and file an insurance claim for you if thiefs break in?
2 Likes #10
jamgin
Will this ring the police and file an insurance claim for you if thiefs break in?


no but the thief can leave a message or start a radio station to calm you down
#11
If you need home insurance have a look at top cashback. I just renewed mine and with one of the top insurance company’s paid only £85 for building and unlimited new for old and accidental damage. That was after I get the £85 cash back. So it was £170 all in for building and contents then I got £85 back so only paid £85. Can buy a couple of these Echo Dots if I wanted one.
#12
rvcshart
qwerta369
I'm going to find the cheapest, smallest property in the village and insure it for a month to get a free Amazon echo dot.
Has to be a year.
Last year I got my mother a £55 policy with £40 cashbacks on quidco.
Myself £110 M&S with £80 food vouchers.
However quidco have refused some big cashbacks for me recently, so **** it.
£58 for my mother contents insurance + an echo dot, not bad.
The insurance is underwritten by a large licenser who in turn have an insurer. Doesn't matter what slapper you buy it off, same in the end.
Policy t&c look ok too.

Terms say they send you the dot after four weeks of the policy being active. So cancel after the first month.
#13
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jamgin
Will this ring the police and file an insurance claim for you if thiefs break in?
no but the thief can leave a message or start a radio station to calm you down

Great! I’m going to get one.

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