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CHEAP CAR INSURANCE: £200-£300 FOR ANY AGE, ANY CAR, ANY REG, ANY MILEAGE...

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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
I made a discovery the other day about how to glitch the comparethemarket website. When looking for a quote answer EVERYTHING truthfully then when it comes to add a modification add that you have BRAIDED BRAKE HOSES on your car, make sure its Fully comprehensive, upon your search a company called "eCar" should provide you with a quote for less than £200...more specifically £183.75. Others have come up between £200-£300. I don't know if comparethemarket.com does quidco or not.

The braided brake hoses cost about £50 and installing them won't be expensive either.

Give it a try and let me know how you got on.

Be quick, glitches don't last long

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http://img161.imageshack.us/img161/7578/hehehehezd9.jpg

Original source:

http://www.cadred.org/Forums/Thread/48606/
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
A more reliable one for younger drivers is probably to add your parents on to your policy. Note: NOT put the car on their policy. It drops the premium by 10-20%
#2
Hot UK Glitches, i like it!:thumbsup:
#3
wow your quoted over 4k - bummer.
#4
Compare the market is a referral website, it refers your details on to many other insurers. When you come to accept the quote offered you will then be sent to the insurers own website where the glitch will be spotted and corrected.
#5
pugw$sh
Compare the market is a referral website, it refers your details on to many other insurers. When you come to accept the quote offered you will then be sent to the insurers own website where the glitch will be spotted and corrected.


Did you even try it? I did and it worked fine and the payment went through. I brought insurance from ecar for £183.75.

Before voting cold/ commenting, actually try it and you will see it works...
#6
Cruddy deal IMO. Best way to find cheap car insurance? Search everywhere, use all the big player comparison sites and haggle. If in doubt, read Martin Lewis's guide over at MSE. There really is a fortune to be saved, without the hassle of this post.
#7
http://img161.imageshack.us/img161/7578/hehehehezd9.jpg

imagine if this actually works

wow
#8
Sheep87
wow your quoted over 4k - bummer.


Did you add BRAIDED BRAKE HOSES modification?
#9
hmmm wonder how cheap it woulda made min doign that
mine was 175 quid
wothout braided brak hoses :)
#10
So £50 to buy these hoses then fitting on top of that. Might be good for some (younger drivers etc) but not sure about everyone else. Won't vote as it's no good to me but may be useful to others.

Just a warning... You would have to make sure you have the hoses fitted before you take out the insurance. If anything happens and their inspector sees you don't have the hoses you'll be up the creek. Not only will you be out of pocket due to the fact they won't pay out, you'll be facing court for driving without insurance (as your policy would be void due to the lack of the hoses).
#11
monkeybrains
http://img161.imageshack.us/img161/7578/hehehehezd9.jpg

imagine if this actually works

wow


Thanks for that. I hope people read original post properly and follow the instructions and then vote.
#12
jaysexy212005
Did you add BRAIDED BRAKE HOSES modification?


i was saying YOU were quoted over 4k - that was the bummer. hopefully they will honour your insurance quote, as I have had a low quote from a comparisson website and after recieving confirmation, they called me and said they could no longer honour the quote.
#13
hey, no need to vote this cold, for the right person this is a good 'legal' loophole and worth a try.
heat and rep.
#14
surely they might cover you for today but when they get in the office tomorrow morning they will spot the glitch and refund your money
#15
Voted hot, thanks. Dunno why so many people are this negative.
#16
This is where I originally discovered this. You can see what others say about it.

http://www.cadred.org/Forums/Thread/48606/
#17
Whatever complete and utter mugs on this site that didn;t try this need to get into the real world. THIS IS THE DEAL OF THE YEAR. Top marks to the OP. I have just got a quote for a fortune less than my previous quote that I have onlt just renewed. Can I cancel my current insurnace and get my money back? I bought it on the 10th? I have tested this and it works (and that includes going right up to the 'buy it now' stage).

[SIZE=7]SUPERB DEAL, TOP MARKS FELLA!:thumbsup:[/SIZE]
#18
what the **** do braided brake hoses do
1 Like #19
gardner1;4056536
what the **** do braided brake hoses do


Knock about £700 off your insurance quote. Cold deal eh!!!!
#20
[SIZE=4]Word of warning when using comparison websites![/SIZE]

[SIZE=4]Comparison sites taint credit rating, says report[/SIZE]

[SIZE=4]Consumers who apply for financial products too often through comparison websites may risk damaging their credit rating, research has suggested.[/SIZE]

It is estimated that 8.7 million people have used comparison websites to buy financial services products such as credit cards and insurance over the past year.
However, a report published yesterday showed that the sites could be leading consumers to adversely affect their credit rating.
Bristol Business School's Professor Merlin Stone, the author of the report, said many of the comparison, or aggregator, sites concentrated on price rather than quality of service or suitability of a product.
As a result, consumers were drawn in to applying for unsuitable products for which they were consequently rejected.
"It is misleading to encourage people to apply for a rate which they will not qualify for and which in turn will impact their credit score," said Prof Stone.
Although rejections are not held on a person's credit record, applications for credit do show up as "footprints".
James Jones, consumer affairs manager at credit rating company Experian, said: "All the applications you have made for credit over the past 12 months will show up on your credit report.
"When a lender carries out a credit check they will see those applications and if there are a large number of them it may make them think that you are desperate for credit, or it may even look as though someone has been fraudulently trying to apply for credit in your name," he said.
According to MoneyExpert.com, the financial comparison site that commissioned the report, 2.8 million people have made applications for 3.5 million financial products over the past year. Around 6% of people have been rejected when applying for credit cards, mortgages and loans.
MoneyExpert.com has launched a credit profiling service that allows consumers to tailor their search so that only those credit providers whose lending criteria suits their credit rating appear on the list.
Financial comparison site moneysupermarket.com has a similar tool. In both cases, the profile is based on the consumer's answers to questions about their history and no footprint is left on the consumer's credit record.
Prof Stone called on all comparison sites to offer a similar service and to warn customers about the potential damage to credit rating that could be done by making too many applications.
He said the sites should improve their offer to consumers by being more transparent on fees and charges imposed by providers and by broadening the focus of sites to include service and features other than price.
Consumers can check their credit record for a nominal fee with credit reference companies Experian, Equifax and Callcredit.
#21
Foxy102
Knock about £700 off your insurance quote. Cold deal eh!!!!


Or £1400 off my renewal and its due in 2 weeks!
#22
Foxy102
Whatever complete and utter mugs on this site that didn;t try this need to get into the real world. THIS IS THE DEAL OF THE YEAR. Top marks to the OP. I have just got a quote for a fortune less than my previous quote that I have onlt just renewed. Can I cancel my current insurnace and get my money back? I bought it on the 10th? I have tested this and it works (and that includes going right up to the 'buy it now' stage).

[SIZE=7]SUPERB DEAL, TOP MARKS FELLA!:thumbsup:[/SIZE]


Thanks mate. Yes you can cancel you old insurance, may charge for the 3 days you been insured though. My cousin cancelled his insurance with tesco and they will give him refund minus the time his been insured which is about 2 weeks. His insurance was £1100 but his going to pay £185 with this deal.
#23
monkeybrains
http://img161.imageshack.us/img161/7578/hehehehezd9.jpg

imagine if this actually works

wow



haha lot of money for an old vectra
#24
An what if i put this in my qoute but i dont have BRAIDED BRAKE HOSES will that make my insurance invalid?
#25
vivafathom
An what if i put this in my qoute but i dont have BRAIDED BRAKE HOSES will that make my insurance invalid?


sure will!
banned#26
Another newbie deal getting voted sub zero. What is up with this place?
#27
vivafathom
An what if i put this in my qoute but i dont have BRAIDED BRAKE HOSES will that make my insurance invalid?


No, for the same reason if you insured your contents insurance to include an Omega watch and you claimed for a casio.

You have paid an 'extra' premium to have the hoses on there. If you don't have them it makes no odds. Imagine if you'd paid the extra insurance cover for 1k worth of alloys and the assessor comes round to find the standard wheels on the car. Are they going to invalidate your policy? No.
#28
Hope this still works next month when mines up i can get the part for about £30 with my staff discount
#30
jaysexy212005
Did you even try it? I did and it worked fine and the payment went through. I brought insurance from ecar for £183.75.

Before voting cold/ commenting, actually try it and you will see it works...


Wait tillyou have a claim and see if they pay up. One glich discovered - you then owe addtional premium for your claim to be "even" considered. Not my opinion, but the opinion of the insurance industry Deffo COLD
#31
anyone actually spoken to someone about this ?? i.e. a real person - Insurance isnt something to be taken lightly, its a legal requirement to be able to drive on the road

Also anyone checked the terms and conditions on there website ??

Hope it is true for everyone but makes not a lot of difference to me. Like someone says it is no doubt a glitch and will be found out soon enough
#32
courtster
No, for the same reason if you insured your contents insurance to include an Omega watch and you claimed for a casio.

You have paid an 'extra' premium to have the hoses on there. If you don't have them it makes no odds. Imagine if you'd paid the extra insurance cover for 1k worth of alloys and the assessor comes round to find the standard wheels on the car. Are they going to invalidate your policy? No.


So you don't think braided hoses have safety advantages over normal rubber ones?
#33
All that will happen is that your insurance will be cancelled when they realise the error and it will just be a massive hassle.
#34
SugarRay
So you don't think braided hoses have safety advantages over normal rubber ones?


Fitted by someone in their garage? Cheap unbranded stuff from china? Fitted by the kwikfit monkeys?

No. It's a MODIFICATION. Therefore increasing the premium over the STANDARD car.

EDIT: I've just done one of these quotes... the cheapest difference for my partners car, 28, Golf GTI with 9 years no claims went up from £181 for standard to £260 with "braided hoses"
banned#35
Wait to some blitthering idiot on here phones eCar to say if their insurance is valid before everyones documents come through.
#36
Im with Adrian Flux, none of the companies on that site come anywhere near to what i currently pay.
I own 2 highly modified grey imports and pay less than £1k for both as second is in my partners name.
#37
So, is this not a deal anymore? How hot is it?
#38
I think i'll ring up tomorrow to see if they will actually accept the quote.
#39
[SIZE=7]In the meantime....give this man some rep for bringing it to our attention. This is what HUKD is all about!!![/SIZE]
#40
depends what you drive i suppose.
There used to be a glitch on the Bell.com site but im unsure if that still works?
Basically they gave out silly cheap quotes on their site and a refferance number to use when calling which they honoured however if you called them without using their site the quote was substantially higher.

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