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    • DS_BB
    • By DS_BB 3rd Mar 15, 6:09 PM
    • 15 Posts
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    DS_BB
    That post you quoted was fro August 2013,
    Originally posted by rudekid48
    Same error message, different time frame, poor site. Now not bothering with the GoCompare don't work / error message site.
    Comparethemarket seems to be working just fine, just got my quotes there.
    • earlywormgetsthebird
    • By earlywormgetsthebird 20th May 15, 9:20 PM
    • 26 Posts
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    earlywormgetsthebird
    Gocompare - heavily weighted towards the admiral group + 0 cost no fault claims!?
    I've just used gocompare, and while the quotes looked pretty good, the first problem was that the top three quotes for me, were straight from the same groups of companies - the Admiral group!: Diamond, elephant and Admiral itself.

    The second problem I've experienced was that zero cost no fault claims are not allowed to be entered correctly - as Gocompare insist upon (in the dropdown) the entry of a minimum claim cost (again, regardless of no liability) of £50!

    As both my no fault claims cost my past insurer sweet nothing because they were straightforward no fault claims (my vehicle each time wasn't even moving when repeatedly reversed into), settled without issue by the other side, yet my best quotes were still later loaded by around 200 pounds, when these were discussed. I told the insurer that I couldn't enter them on gocompare because of the £50 minimum for any claim, and the CS told me to contact Gocompare about this, as it's really a problem with their site's data entry process. The insurer didn't blame me at all about this issue with the entry of zero cost NFC's. In other words, Gocompare really needs to adjust their site to allow the input of zero cost (to one's own insurer) no fault claims - so that results are far more accurately computed than my experience found.

    HTH
    Last edited by earlywormgetsthebird; 20-05-2015 at 9:24 PM.
    • dummie
    • By dummie 16th Aug 15, 11:45 AM
    • 5 Posts
    • 1 Thanks
    dummie
    GoCompare and drive
    Yes - the first quote below £1000! and it was easy to fill in, extremely quick in e-mailing the quotes. It felt kind of safe and straight forward.
    • pryland
    • By pryland 24th Oct 15, 3:49 PM
    • 4 Posts
    • 2 Thanks
    pryland
    Confused .com motor insurance
    Fast response searching insurers, but still the cheapest was more than Direct Line price.
    • zsazsa613
    • By zsazsa613 27th Jul 16, 1:46 PM
    • 13 Posts
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    zsazsa613
    Go Compare Fraud
    I just tried to get a quote from Go Compare for my second car, a cheap runabout.

    I know all about the No Claims Bonus only being applicable to one car, so I was very careful to state on the application that I had Zero No Claims Bonus for the vehicle I wished to insure.

    I was sent various quotes, the cheapest being £249 from Sheila's Wheels.

    However, I didn't entirely trust them, and called to confirm that they were basing their quote on my having zero no claims bonus for this car.

    They told me that they had 'pulled across' the fact that I had another car and they presumed I would be using the 8 years No Claims Bonus I had from my other car.

    Why would they do this ? It stated on the quote that it was a 'multi car insurance'. It was only when I was about to click to accept, did I notice they had stated 8 years no claims bonus, which is what prompted me to call them directly.

    This sort of thing is misrepresentation and fraud. Sheila's Wheels were hoping I would simply click to accept, and then face the consequences when they asked for my proof of no claims bonus.

    Disgusting.
    • RobRH
    • By RobRH 16th Oct 16, 2:46 PM
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    RobRH
    Yet another site that hasn't a clue as it doesn't shown my address and gives no option to enter this, so loses business. Hopefully it will go bust and then the rubbish ads will stop as well.
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