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Argos Reviews

Ratings based on 44 reviews Last review 1 week ago
4.26 / 5Great overall rating

Argos has been helping to protect cats, dogs and pet owners for over 10 years. Smart Money People is the place for Argos reviews. Read and write reviews to help increase trust and transparency in Financial Services.

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13th November 2019

Threatening Letter's and no right to complain!

Started to receive demands for payment from their card services for a debt that is not mine (someone else's name at my address that I have lived there for 20 years. Spoke to them and told send back and they will correct. 5 letters and phone calls...

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Started to receive demands for payment from their card services for a debt that is not mine (someone else's name at my address that I have lived there for 20 years. Spoke to them and told send back and they will correct. 5 letters and phone calls later, still kept receiving them, then started get debt collector threats of legal action. Wrote and complained to be told as the debt is not mine, I have no rights to complain and that they will continue to send threatening letters until the real person contacts them to change the address!! What a load of **** as if whoever gave a fraudulent address (which they should have check them out before giving credit) is going to have a change of heart and tell them where they actually live. Never use store cards and will never use Argo's again too!

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1st September 2019

Rip off insurance but tied in

We have a 3 year old dog. When we first had her, we took insurance out. At 6 months, we claimed as she had a slight limp. She had xrays, and it determined a slight issue with her shoulder joint that required no further treatment. That year, her...

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We have a 3 year old dog. When we first had her, we took insurance out. At 6 months, we claimed as she had a slight limp. She had xrays, and it determined a slight issue with her shoulder joint that required no further treatment. That year, her insurance was £20 per month. The following year, it rose to £35 per month. I understood we had claimed, but thought no more of it. This year, its gone up to £47 per month. I rang to ask why and they said its her age!!! They couldn't reduce it and I cant go elsewhere as she has a preexisting condition. At this rate, by the time she is 8 it will £100 per month. not happy but stuck .