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Co-op home insurance..Is anyone here with them? Have a question about it...

TanyaSpace Avatar
7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
We wanna get home insurance (buildings and contents)
So I was lookin at different quotes and co-op seems to be a good deal.

Can anyone tell me what you have to provide as proof that you actually owned something
in case you get robbed or something gets damaged? I have been reading the details on the whole thing but it wasn´t mentioned anymore..


Thanks in advance :)

Tanja
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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#1
hi

i was with the co op for 3 yrs when i lost my engagment ring, very long story but i went swimming and i left the ring in the locker. when i went to claim you would have thought that i had commited a murder. they interigate everything that you say and want a rundown of everything they wanted to know exactly what order i took my things out of the locker. i took 2 months to sort things out i had to send a reciept of the ring and they sent me back a voucher that i could only use in certain jewellers.. would defo not go with them again
#2
to be fair whatever insurance company you was with at the time it would of been investigated as a fraudulent claim,how easy is it for someone to say they lost something.

im not saying you didnt lose it by the way just why they acted the way they did
#3
Yeah and I´m not talkin about valuable goods lost outside your home here.
Just wanna know about normal contents insurance :)
#4
Anyone?
Even if you´re not with co-op, how does it work with your insurance?
I´m sure they´re pretty much all the same with those requirements...
#5
pictures should be ok receipts would be best though
banned#6
i would imaging anything out of the norm you should get pics and maybe valued, like exensive jewellery etc,etc i dont many list what they have in their homes and add to it each time they buy something, as long as you havent undervalued your stuff you be fine

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