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simmo52
Old 03-04-2009, 9:56 PM
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Hello all

Does anyone know anything about homeinsurer.co.uk?

I have done a search for cheap home insurance on confused.com and they have come out cheapest

But I can't find anything about them on here or on google

Can anyone help? Are they a reputable company?

Many thanks
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Old 05-04-2009, 2:00 PM
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their in the fsa register but when i tried to get a quote the pages wern't secure - all others i know of usually have the ssl sign.

also if their on confused.com then you should be okay too.
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Old 05-04-2009, 2:04 PM
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They are a broker / intermediary so it would depend on which Insurer they have quoted you with.

Do you know which Insurer the cover will be with?
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Thanks for the replies guys.

Dacouch, you are quite right. I've done a bit more research and they are a broker.

The insurer they have lined up is Axa, so a big company. I was just a bit concerned that Homeinsurer's website was so basic and that I couldn't find anything about them on Google.

Fingers crossed it will be ok. I guess cheapest isn't always best when it comes to things like insurance...
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Axa are a very big company but there claims services and customer services can be had work.

You might find this survey helpful...

http://www.instimes.co.uk/story.asp?storyCode=376295
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