i would not recommend intasure they wouldn,t pay up for my roof and it was caving in,they said the house was old, but they knew exactly how old the house was when they took my money,don't bother with them they won't pay up and i had building cover with them i had a valid claim and they didn't want to knowshebry wrote:tommonomore wrote:just for follow up info- i got a quote from intasure, which was an improvement on my previous cover through Lark/Hiscox so - their loss really and perhaps I should thank the
Ive got until May 01 but pretty sure its going to be Intasure fro me.. thanks all..
All I will say to you and anybody else who are about to insure with Intasure, make sure that you read and digest every word in their 44 page A4 Policy Wording document
We have been refused a payout on the strength that they claim I did not report a material fact and that, in their eyes means I broke the contract so it voided my policy
The fact is that after we had our villa illegally stolen we continued paying the monthly premiums to Intasure on the advice of our lawyer because she maintained that we had never lost our villa because the transactions were corrupt and illegal
We were even told by the loss adjuster that he could see no reason why we should not get paid out and put forward a recommendation of £26.000 which was the amount it cost to completely re-furnish the whole villa
No, I would not recommend Intasure
Seedy wrote:I think we all know Shebry's views on Intasure - he hasn't made any secret of it!
The idea that having someone else living in one's property, having allegedly "bought" it from someone else who "bought" it from yet another person; being barred from entry to one's own property by changed locks, and having to embark on a series of legal actions to regain the property and have all these "sales" declared invalid isn't sufficiently "material" to declare to the insurance company is perhaps stretching a point beyond reason. I can't seriously imagine any insurance company paying out on a hazard they hadn't been informed about (over several years?) and loss adjusters are notorious for telling people anything they want to hear, since they see the "human face" of losses; however, they don't get to make the final decision.
Nonetheless, there are people on the forum who have had claims met by Intasure, so it's "pay your money and take your choice"......
flowers wrote:i would not recommend intasure they wouldn,t pay up for my roof and it was caving in,they said the house was old, but they knew exactly how old the house was when they took my money,don't bother with them they won't pay up and i had building cover with them i had a valid claim and they didn't want to know
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