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Hyundai Ioniq 1.6 GDi Hybrid SE 5dr DCT (£99.70 per month, 18m) £3,051.60 @ Applied Leasing

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Hyundai Ioniq Hatchback 1.6 GDi Hybrid SE 5dr DCT - Monthly rental cost: £99.70 - Rental Profile: 9+17 - Annual Mileage: 8k Miles p/a - Initial Payment: £897.30 - Additional Fees: £360 INC VAT Read More
Hyundai Ioniq Hatchback 1.6 GDi Hybrid SE 5dr DCT - Monthly rental cost: £99.70 - Rental Profile: 9+17 - Annual Mileage: 8k Miles p/a - Initial Payment: £897.30 - Additional Fees: £360 INC VAT
shuwaz Avatar4m, 3d agoFound 4 months, 3 days ago199 Comments
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kirku
soldierboy001
kirku
soldierboy001
kirku
soldierboy001
kirku
soldierboy001
kirku
Meluk9
I have satnav built in. Never use it! Find google maps so much better on my phone.
Couldn't agree more.
Google maps is significantly better than any built-in system I've used. It probably saves me at least an hour a week, rerouting round traffic jams and the like.
Yes but surely Goole maps uses data, I know you can use a plotted route off line but no re routing or have they updated things I last tried it. Personally I use Here which and I have tried many is the best in my opinion, but each to their own.
Yes, it uses data. Live traffic info helps the re-routing no end. Got the recent Three data sim deal for around £25 for two years' worth of data. Absolute bargain.
As for the hands free bit. It's no different to a sat nav, except I can say "OK, Google. Navigate me home" and it will.
Yes kirku, that is OK when in this country but if you go abroad it's not so easy. So many complaints on this and other forums as to how bad the feel at home type contracts let them down abroad.
Download maps for offline use, then.
Had no trouble doing this on multiple European road trips, including a 7 country 6 week jaunt.
Kirku we have already discussed that you get no additional information with Google maps off line and can not re route, so why did you make that comment?
Calm down, keyboard warrior.
Engage your brain and maybe you'll figure it out all on your lonesome.
I think it's you that needs to engage your brain, and I'm very calm thank you.
I hope you aren't representative of the user base here, my stay will be very brief if I have to deal with many others like you.



Good-bye thanks for your brief visit.
soldierboy001
kirku
soldierboy001
kirku
soldierboy001
kirku
soldierboy001
kirku
Meluk9
I have satnav built in. Never use it! Find google maps so much better on my phone.
Couldn't agree more.
Google maps is significantly better than any built-in system I've used. It probably saves me at least an hour a week, rerouting round traffic jams and the like.
Yes but surely Goole maps uses data, I know you can use a plotted route off line but no re routing or have they updated things I last tried it. Personally I use Here which and I have tried many is the best in my opinion, but each to their own.
Yes, it uses data. Live traffic info helps the re-routing no end. Got the recent Three data sim deal for around £25 for two years' worth of data. Absolute bargain.
As for the hands free bit. It's no different to a sat nav, except I can say "OK, Google. Navigate me home" and it will.
Yes kirku, that is OK when in this country but if you go abroad it's not so easy. So many complaints on this and other forums as to how bad the feel at home type contracts let them down abroad.
Download maps for offline use, then.
Had no trouble doing this on multiple European road trips, including a 7 country 6 week jaunt.
Kirku we have already discussed that you get no additional information with Google maps off line and can not re route, so why did you make that comment?
Calm down, keyboard warrior.
Engage your brain and maybe you'll figure it out all on your lonesome.


I think it's you that needs to engage your brain, and I'm very calm thank you.


I hope you aren't representative of the user base here, my stay will be very brief if I have to deal with many others like you.
kirku
soldierboy001
kirku
soldierboy001
kirku
soldierboy001
kirku
Meluk9
I have satnav built in. Never use it! Find google maps so much better on my phone.
Couldn't agree more.
Google maps is significantly better than any built-in system I've used. It probably saves me at least an hour a week, rerouting round traffic jams and the like.
Yes but surely Goole maps uses data, I know you can use a plotted route off line but no re routing or have they updated things I last tried it. Personally I use Here which and I have tried many is the best in my opinion, but each to their own.
Yes, it uses data. Live traffic info helps the re-routing no end. Got the recent Three data sim deal for around £25 for two years' worth of data. Absolute bargain.
As for the hands free bit. It's no different to a sat nav, except I can say "OK, Google. Navigate me home" and it will.
Yes kirku, that is OK when in this country but if you go abroad it's not so easy. So many complaints on this and other forums as to how bad the feel at home type contracts let them down abroad.
Download maps for offline use, then.
Had no trouble doing this on multiple European road trips, including a 7 country 6 week jaunt.
Kirku we have already discussed that you get no additional information with Google maps off line and can not re route, so why did you make that comment?
Calm down, keyboard warrior.
Engage your brain and maybe you'll figure it out all on your lonesome.


I think it's you that needs to engage your brain, and I'm very calm thank you.
soldierboy001
kirku
soldierboy001
kirku
soldierboy001
kirku
Meluk9
I have satnav built in. Never use it! Find google maps so much better on my phone.
Couldn't agree more.
Google maps is significantly better than any built-in system I've used. It probably saves me at least an hour a week, rerouting round traffic jams and the like.
Yes but surely Goole maps uses data, I know you can use a plotted route off line but no re routing or have they updated things I last tried it. Personally I use Here which and I have tried many is the best in my opinion, but each to their own.
Yes, it uses data. Live traffic info helps the re-routing no end. Got the recent Three data sim deal for around £25 for two years' worth of data. Absolute bargain.
As for the hands free bit. It's no different to a sat nav, except I can say "OK, Google. Navigate me home" and it will.
Yes kirku, that is OK when in this country but if you go abroad it's not so easy. So many complaints on this and other forums as to how bad the feel at home type contracts let them down abroad.
Download maps for offline use, then.
Had no trouble doing this on multiple European road trips, including a 7 country 6 week jaunt.



Kirku we have already discussed that you get no additional information with Google maps off line and can not re route, so why did you make that comment?


Calm down, keyboard warrior.

Engage your brain and maybe you'll figure it out all on your lonesome.
kirku
soldierboy001
kirku
soldierboy001
kirku
Meluk9
I have satnav built in. Never use it! Find google maps so much better on my phone.
Couldn't agree more.
Google maps is significantly better than any built-in system I've used. It probably saves me at least an hour a week, rerouting round traffic jams and the like.
Yes but surely Goole maps uses data, I know you can use a plotted route off line but no re routing or have they updated things I last tried it. Personally I use Here which and I have tried many is the best in my opinion, but each to their own.
Yes, it uses data. Live traffic info helps the re-routing no end. Got the recent Three data sim deal for around £25 for two years' worth of data. Absolute bargain.
As for the hands free bit. It's no different to a sat nav, except I can say "OK, Google. Navigate me home" and it will.
Yes kirku, that is OK when in this country but if you go abroad it's not so easy. So many complaints on this and other forums as to how bad the feel at home type contracts let them down abroad.
Download maps for offline use, then.
Had no trouble doing this on multiple European road trips, including a 7 country 6 week jaunt.



Kirku we have already discussed that you get no additional information with Google maps off line and can not re route, so why did you make that comment?
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citroen c1, 1.2 PureTech Feel 5dr, lease, 12months, £209 deposit, 3+11 £69.72, 10k miles £360 fees Total £1,333.92 @ Honest John

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found this, i donno if it is good. on honestjohn's website. 5 doors 1.2 engine / manual 10k miles p/a 3 months deposit, 360 additional fee 3+11 £69.72 work out the total if you need to. Read More
found this, i donno if it is good. on honestjohn's website. 5 doors 1.2 engine / manual 10k miles p/a 3 months deposit, 360 additional fee 3+11 £69.72 work out the total if you need to.
shopar_artiz Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago32 Comments
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Picture inaccurate - not a BMW :)
Why are all those women glued to the car? Odd feature, not sure that helps the drive.
Wow, chill.... It's £3!
deeyup
Apart from you will then have to service the car at 1 year old which pushes the price back up.

A minor oil service on a C1 won't be astronomical. Under £100 with filters and VAT.
m5rcc
loofer
just the thought of £210 deposit and £360 fee might put ppl off, considering you would have to fork out something similar in 12 months time for next vehicle (be it lease or purchase)
Hence get the 18mth deal which is cheaper per month on a net basis.
Apart from you will then have to service the car at 1 year old which pushes the price back up.
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Jaguar XE Saloon 2.0d R-Sport 4dr Auto 9+23 8k Miles p/a Initial Payment: £1,070.55 / Total £3,806.40 @ Honest John

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a good deal for a reasonable good car. Most important is there is No Admin Fees 9+23 8k Miles p/a Initial Payment: £1,070.55 The car has good reviews and for 2 years total price of £3806.4 look… Read More
a good deal for a reasonable good car. Most important is there is No Admin Fees 9+23 8k Miles p/a Initial Payment: £1,070.55 The car has good reviews and for 2 years total price of £3806.4 look…
RVK Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago35 Comments
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I take it none of these were honored?
Any updates on these? Did they get cancelled or honoured?
Ordered 5 to sell on eBay
Really . Not even funny any more. I would rather gouge my eyes out with soup spoons than read any more of these worthless not even funny any more comments .

Can I have them to put on eBay?
bellington
Ordered 5 to sell on eBay
Really . Not even funny any more. I would rather gouge my eyes out with soup spoons than read any more of these worthless not even funny any more comments .


please do that and put it on YouTube. I want to see it, it would be funny
Ordered 5 to sell on eBay
Really . Not even funny any more. I would rather gouge my eyes out with soup spoons than read any more of these worthless not even funny any more comments .
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Skoda Yeti Estate 1.2 TSI 110 Monte Carlo 5dr - £99.79pm + £598.75 + £240 at Honest John = £3,133.92

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6+23 10k Miles p/a Initial Payment: £598.74 Additional Fees: £240 INC VAT £99.79Per Month, INC VAT Read More
6+23 10k Miles p/a Initial Payment: £598.74 Additional Fees: £240 INC VAT £99.79Per Month, INC VAT
scala Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago69 Comments
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Any recommendations for a 7 seater?


Skoda Kodiaq 2017.
Soliderboy001...thank you very much for your advice, I will look into the car you recommended. Would love to have a sports car and nearly got one when the daughters left home and was no longer needed as a chauffer ...but then the grand kids turned up, maybe by the time I am 70 I will be able to get a nifty two seater
Thanks again jane



Thanks for your response Jane, I forgot to mention that they also do a pumped up ( Yeti style ) Sandero Stepway but of course that is dearer, I am sure your dealer will be able to help you out. In the mean time why don't you check out on the internet at Dacia.co.uk and the Dacia Forums, plenty of happy buyers to answer any questions you have, different threads for the different models. Once again good luck which ever way you go and please let us know, even if you do nothing.
Soliderboy001...thank you very much for your advice, I will look into the car you recommended. Would love to have a sports car and nearly got one when the daughters left home and was no longer needed as a chauffer ...but then the grand kids turned up, maybe by the time I am 70 I will be able to get a nifty two seater
Thanks again jane
CrazyBob
Newbold
This is not the 4wd, and only 1.2l hence cheap, only the 4wd is worth getting being it a SKODA all the other variants are rubbish
So speaks someone who knows less about cars than a builder's plank.
Seriously , why would you want a 1.2L yeti FWD?? go figure
What Car recommend the 1.2 for private buyers.
Not sure if they know what they are talking about though, probably haven't got much experience.
Then why don't you lease one and post some pics lol

I would but I'm leasing an Alltrack for about the same money 8)
Absolutely ridiculous, got the same "finance company revoke" email. It was just an email gathering exercise. Have asked that they take my name off their database.

This deal should be expired.

Edited By: Helpful on May 30, 2016 21:41
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SEAT Ibiza 1.2TSI 110ps FR Technology - Personal Lease £3,499.36 HonestJohn

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SEAT Ibiza Hatchback 1.2 TSI 110 FR Technology 3dr 8,000 miles per year 24 month contract £99.98 per month 9 months down on the first month 23 + 9 = 32. 32 x £99.98 per month £300 administra… Read More
SEAT Ibiza Hatchback 1.2 TSI 110 FR Technology 3dr 8,000 miles per year 24 month contract £99.98 per month 9 months down on the first month 23 + 9 = 32. 32 x £99.98 per month £300 administra…
MIDURIX Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago4 Comments
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Not sure why so cold? Decent amount of power compared to that 1.0 posted on here, and good level of spec. I'd have one. Heat added but that'll still leave it well below fffffffreezing.
I think maybe if I put £99.98 per month in the title it might get hot, but don't want to mislead anyone.
No total price over period is the most accurate and unambiguous way of doing it. You could add it is 24mths in the title though?
Not sure why so cold? Decent amount of power compared to that 1.0 posted on here, and good level of spec. I'd have one. Heat added but that'll still leave it well below fffffffreezing.
I think maybe if I put £99.98 per month in the title it might get hot, but don't want to mislead anyone.
Rrp is £15k, you might be able to get this spec for £13k if you ask nicely. Lease is £3.5k over the two year. You wouldn't be able to get anywhere near £9.5k if you bought one and came to sell after two years, you might get £7k from a dealer in part exchange.
Not sure why so cold? Decent amount of power compared to that 1.0 posted on here, and good level of spec. I'd have one. Heat added but that'll still leave it well below fffffffreezing.
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Mercedes-Benz A Class Hatchback - Initial Payment - £212.40, 23 monthly payments of £23.60 (Term = £755.20) @ Honest John

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Too good to be true... Looks like a mis-printing Read More
Too good to be true... Looks like a mis-printing
scala Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago12 Comments
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is this the one with the renault engine?


I have "that engine", and it a sweat engine.BTW Mercedes mechanics changed 50+ parts on it , once purchased from Renault.


Yeah, all the plastic bits stamped with a Renault logo!!! X)
tom6195
is this the one with the renault engine?


I have "that engine", and it a sweat engine.BTW Mercedes mechanics changed 50+ parts on it , once purchased from Renault.
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jjmmww1
bargain if you can get it at that

You wont.
Link is dying. They've recognised there mistake.
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Nissan pulsar 24 mth lease £1060 deposit plus £199 admin fee £95.00/month @ honestjohn

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My first deal Nissan Nottingham Nissan pulsar 24mth 1.2 petrol visia 5dr Red paint 1060 upfront 95/mth 8k(10 k is for extra 5/mth) Miles over contract- 8p/mile Bad thing about it? Y… Read More
My first deal Nissan Nottingham Nissan pulsar 24mth 1.2 petrol visia 5dr Red paint 1060 upfront 95/mth 8k(10 k is for extra 5/mth) Miles over contract- 8p/mile Bad thing about it? Y…
bartoshh Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago205 Comments
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Sandicliffe are the largest Nissan dealer in the UK, I'm sure you'll get your money back as long as they are not about to go bust :O
Had mine cancelled over the weekend.
Mike.



Whilst Sandicliffe have the biggest dealership site in the UK, 2 other companies lay claim to the biggest dealership on the web, but all three are big players.
Sandicliffe are the largest Nissan dealer in the UK, I'm sure you'll get your money back as long as they are not about to go bust :O

Had mine cancelled over the weekend.

Mike.
anyone else who had their lease cancelled struggling to get the £199 admin fee back?
We are finding them to be a total nightmare to deal with
If it was paid by card it can take up to 28 days, get your card company involved. Do give them a chance though, it's only 2 little old ladies and a tea boy in the office. :D

thanks
They called me today to cancel - why the extra week, I'm not sure.
It's a shame but at least I have until the end of July to sort another lease out.
What was the reason for cancellation?
They said that Nissan changed the prices so the lease was unprofitable.
On hindsight, I'm not sure that it was the real reason as nobody on this thread has had their lease cancelled.
I had my lease cancelled
Sorry to hear that...
You ordered through the linked dealership (Colliers Nissan Birmingham) and not Sandhurst?

thanks for your message

Sandicliffe Nissan Nottingham are the people we dealt with, I thought I called the number through the honest John website

Never mind, getting a different car now, would just like our admin fee money back
They called me today to cancel - why the extra week, I'm not sure.
It's a shame but at least I have until the end of July to sort another lease out.
What was the reason for cancellation?
They said that Nissan changed the prices so the lease was unprofitable.
On hindsight, I'm not sure that it was the real reason as nobody on this thread has had their lease cancelled.
I had my lease cancelled
Sorry to hear that...
You ordered through the linked dealership (Colliers Nissan Birmingham) and not Sandhurst?
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Lease Nissan Pulsar hatchback for £4.444/day (9+23 8k mile, £99.99/month), total £3199.68 for 24 months honestjohn

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I may be getting into car leasing some time later this year so just looking around. I think this is a good deal. Not the usual C1 or Micra or 201 in this price range. Nissan Pulsar Hatchback 1.2 Read More
I may be getting into car leasing some time later this year so just looking around. I think this is a good deal. Not the usual C1 or Micra or 201 in this price range. Nissan Pulsar Hatchback 1.2
enginuk Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago120 Comments
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I'm picking my mum's up for her on Monday, finally I'll get to close down my taxi service.
I pick mine up Friday yipeeeeeeeeee

Edited By: lulu25 on Jul 04, 2016 10:32
I think it was a joke reference to another popular lease deal.
masterbruce
Good but it's no cactus c4 :{


Are you serious? Why, ever, would you think the Cactus is better than this? I guess the answer is "when you know Jack squat about cars"!
lulu25
OMG I am so pleased, I have been upgraded to an Accenta at no extra cost. Something about because I wouldn't be able to have a Visia until September now :)

I have the Accenta, it was its 1st birthday yesterday. Service done, no problems reported. I must say this is a lovely car to drive and you save a fortune on fuel, that's if you take the diesel option.
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3 year Gap Insurance (return to invoice) for a one-off premium of £57.39 (Honest John)

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This is how to get 3 year Gap Insurance (return to invoice) for a car purchased for an example value of £8295.00 for a one-off premium of £57.39 from ALA Insurance which is recommended by HONESTJOHN.c… Read More
This is how to get 3 year Gap Insurance (return to invoice) for a car purchased for an example value of £8295.00 for a one-off premium of £57.39 from ALA Insurance which is recommended by HONESTJOHN.c…
Norfolk12a1 Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago271 Comments
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Been offered the gap insurance with the dealer £349
Did this one and paid £57 after the price match! Hot!
Excellent tip - I got them to price-match Frank Pickles (http://www.frankpickles.co.uk/) which meant that I got £10k of return to invoice cover for 3 years (on a £13.5k car) for £62.66.
lukez0r
BLR
toughCookie
BLR
toughCookie
Anybody here take out the dealers "Smart insurance" whereby they can take out chips/dents and scratches for the duration of the 3 years? Is this worth it and can it be had for cheaper than £350?
Thanks
yeah took it out..not worth it they never pay out tbh as they classify every claim as 'malicious' or 'carelessness' ..not worth it regret it so much
Ah thanks. Been reading up about this smart insurance, many people suggest that it's a good option for those who are on the 3 year finance package where they can choose to buy the remaining balance of the car off or hand it back to the dealer after the 3years. This is cause they use the smart insurance to repair any scratches/dents making the car look nearly new, meaning that the dealer can't push for extra money for the scruffs.
I've heard the private policies are okay for scratch. I got mine on my old Mazda through Mazda and even though the police said someone scratched my car on cctv and it was no fault of my own, as the car insurance were no involved the scratch insurance said I didn't park it in a 'safe' car park apparently so they wouldn't pay out on the scratch. I went though financial nibudsmen in the end and yesterday have been told I won and have now been reimbursed 1750 (compensation on top ) so very happy man!
Good man! Useless robbing tw***

Yes it's taken a year but financial omnibudsmen ruled the scratch insurance terms and conditions do not specify parking in unsafe places invalidates a claim so they ruled in my favor and told the insurance company pay up. Also obviously the police said I was not at fault and I got a copy of that to the fo (financial omnibudsmen.) since then that company who I won't name and shame has changed their t and c and website.
BLR
toughCookie
BLR
toughCookie
Anybody here take out the dealers "Smart insurance" whereby they can take out chips/dents and scratches for the duration of the 3 years? Is this worth it and can it be had for cheaper than £350?
Thanks
yeah took it out..not worth it they never pay out tbh as they classify every claim as 'malicious' or 'carelessness' ..not worth it regret it so much
Ah thanks. Been reading up about this smart insurance, many people suggest that it's a good option for those who are on the 3 year finance package where they can choose to buy the remaining balance of the car off or hand it back to the dealer after the 3years. This is cause they use the smart insurance to repair any scratches/dents making the car look nearly new, meaning that the dealer can't push for extra money for the scruffs.
I've heard the private policies are okay for scratch. I got mine on my old Mazda through Mazda and even though the police said someone scratched my car on cctv and it was no fault of my own, as the car insurance were no involved the scratch insurance said I didn't park it in a 'safe' car park apparently so they wouldn't pay out on the scratch. I went though financial nibudsmen in the end and yesterday have been told I won and have now been reimbursed 1750 (compensation on top ) so very happy man!

Good man! Useless robbing tw***
toughCookie
BLR
toughCookie
Anybody here take out the dealers "Smart insurance" whereby they can take out chips/dents and scratches for the duration of the 3 years? Is this worth it and can it be had for cheaper than £350?
Thanks
yeah took it out..not worth it they never pay out tbh as they classify every claim as 'malicious' or 'carelessness' ..not worth it regret it so much
Ah thanks. Been reading up about this smart insurance, many people suggest that it's a good option for those who are on the 3 year finance package where they can choose to buy the remaining balance of the car off or hand it back to the dealer after the 3years. This is cause they use the smart insurance to repair any scratches/dents making the car look nearly new, meaning that the dealer can't push for extra money for the scruffs.

I've heard the private policies are okay for scratch. I got mine on my old Mazda through Mazda and even though the police said someone scratched my car on cctv and it was no fault of my own, as the car insurance were no involved the scratch insurance said I didn't park it in a 'safe' car park apparently so they wouldn't pay out on the scratch. I went though financial nibudsmen in the end and yesterday have been told I won and have now been reimbursed 1750 (compensation on top ) so very happy man!
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