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    • comps78
    • By comps78 26th Oct 09, 7:48 AM
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    'Have you ever been refused insurance' Q - how to answer??
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    • 26th Oct 09, 7:48 AM
    'Have you ever been refused insurance' Q - how to answer?? 26th Oct 09 at 7:48 AM
    This is a hypothetical question that I'm hoping the insurance experts on here will be able to answer.

    If you apply for car insurance on a monthly basis, with a severely impaired credit history, and are declined purely due to the credit history would you have to declare that as 'having been refused insurance'?

    Obviously if you were refused a monthly payment option they would probably offer you the option to pay in a lump sum but if you were not able to do that does that count as the insurer refusing to cover you?

    Thanks for any input....
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