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Anyone Got A Policy With Protectyourbubble?

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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
Am looking around for some cheap camera insurance, and they can offer it to me for £3.31 a month with loss cover included - which is pretty good! anyone got experience with them - as online the reviews are completely 50/50 so would rather hear first hand from someone on here :) plus their phone insurance is so so cheap! much cheaper than what i'm going to be spending on it so all helpful comments appreciated :)
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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
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#1
anyone? :/
#2
Try here
#3
moejoejoejoex
Try here

?? dont get it?
#4
I've just had a look online and they seem very cheap, I've also seen them advertised on tv.
#5
yeah i saw them on tv...for 3 quid a month i might get it insured
#6
tigger462
yeah i saw them on tv...for 3 quid a month i might get it insured

I checked a review site, and there only seems to be one positive review about them. This review though tells me its best to avoid

This company is a total con. I recently took out cover for my brand new laptop. The company do not send you documents-unless you call and ask for them (10p min number with long hold times), they email the documents. They failed to email them within their own time limit, they are very slow to reply to emails too. When the documents were emailed- I found that for £3.99 per month- I am only covered up to £250, and I have to pay out £75 excess in the event of the laptop needing repairs etc- if it were to be dropped-they would only pay out £250 minus £75 excess (which you have to pay to them before they pay out anything). terrible company.
- suzie

Edited By: rihanna08 on Dec 30, 2010 19:31
#7
i checked a review site and there were some people saying they are amazing, replaced iphones etc straight away, and others who used them for travel complained....soo i shall take the risk - better to pay £30 excess than £150 for a new camera
#8
£150! Is it really worth insuring?
#9
yes to me it is, and for £3 a month thats ok...can't afford to shell out £150 everytime my camera decides to go on ze blink!

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