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Insure4retirement Reviews

Ratings based on 3 reviews Last review 2 years ago
3.67 / 5Great overall rating

Insure4Retirement reviews can help you to become Smart Money People by finding out what other Insure4Retirement policy holders have to say. Insure4Retirement are a specialist insurance company for people over 50. If you've used Insure4Retirement for...

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Insure4Retirement reviews can help you to become Smart Money People by finding out what other Insure4Retirement policy holders have to say. Insure4Retirement are a specialist insurance company for people over 50. If you've used Insure4Retirement for your home insurance, write your Insure4Retirement review on Smart Money People. Help us to increase trust and transparency in financial services.

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12th August 2016

Competitive and Straightforward insurance.

Straightforward insurance with competitive prices, several features included as standard rather than...

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Straightforward insurance with competitive prices, several features included as standard rather than extras.
However, even with no claims, prices increase yearly; if you do phone them they will occasionally deduct some of the increase.
I dislike the fact that, unless you are pro-active and inform them that you are not renewing the policy the fee will be taken automatically. And this is by a company by a name you don't necessarily recognise.
To sum up - good inclusive insurance, but loyalty seems to count for little.

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7th July 2016

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Competitive prices, but prices tend to increase yearly, even though no claims. They automatically renew your policy each year, unless you are pro-active telling them not to. The direct debit is taken by a third-party company, customers receive email...

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Competitive prices, but prices tend to increase yearly, even though no claims. They automatically renew your policy each year, unless you are pro-active telling them not to. The direct debit is taken by a third-party company, customers receive email from them, and it can be difficult to know what the payment is for. Would prefer insurance policy where you choose to renew, and not the insurance company.