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Post Office Life Insurance - £100 cashback
Post Office Life Insurance - £100 cashback

Post Office Life Insurance - £100 cashback

Just been on their website and if you take out life insurance for £10 a month you get £100 back after 12 months. Looks really good to me!

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Hi EmmaM, Welcome to the forums!!!

Terms and conditions of £100 cash offer1. Minimum monthly premium for the … Terms and conditions of £100 cash offer1. Minimum monthly premium for the offer is £102. Only one £100 Cashback offer per policy eg. joint policies will receive £100 3. Only one £100 Cashback offer per customer, which must be redeemed for cash at a ]Post Office® branch within 3 months of receipt 4. Letter to redeem £100 cash will be sent to you within 28 days of payment of your twelfth monthly premium 5. We reserve the right to withdraw the offer without notice at any time 6. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer7. All information correct as of 15th October 2007

I can't get a quote anyway:

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4. Letter to redeem £100 cash will be sent to you within 28 days of payment of your twelfth monthly premium
5. We reserve the right to withdraw the offer without notice at any time

.... so they can withdraw the offer at 27 days of payment of your twelfth monthly premium

iliko

...4. Letter to redeem £100 cash will be sent to you within 28 days of … ...4. Letter to redeem £100 cash will be sent to you within 28 days of payment of your twelfth monthly premium5. We reserve the right to withdraw the offer without notice at any time.... so they can withdraw the offer at 27 days of payment of your twelfth monthly premium


I read that as if we decide not to continue offering this at any time - we can pull the offer. Once you sign up you accept the agreement they offer at the time.

I wonder who stumps up the £100 - the Post Office or Norwich Union? Who would you trust the most not to pull the offer?

Still getting a server error!!

I think the pulling of the offer at any time refers to they can stop offering this deal to new customers at any time rather than they can decide to stop paying the £100 to those who signed up on that basis.
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