Has anyone insured their car with

Emmy Posts: 1,929 Forumite
Swift cover.com ...... just went on the moneysupermarket.com and they compared 50 insurers and these came out so cheap.

Tesco said £261
Swift.com said £132

Both fully comp, and same specs...... how come it is so cheap..... you know that too good to be true feeling :)

Anyone had dealings with them???

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  • balsingh
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    I would go on the swiftcover.com website and run the same quote through just to make sure everythign has been covered. As far as I know they are quite a popular company who advertise on TV. The are internet only so they use that as a mode to pass savings onto customers.

    Also, try confused.com who also offer a comparison service.
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  • mountainofdebt
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    I think my biggest concern would be the fact that they are internet based so I assume there's no call centres for you to actually speak to someone if needs be - and we all know how emails can get ignored!
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  • snails's_pace
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    im with virgin car insurance. they dont charge a fee for paying monthly like a lot of other insurers
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  • Emmy
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    There is a phone number if you need to claim. That was one of my thoughts too.
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    balsingh wrote: »
    I would go on the swiftcover.com website and run the same quote through just to make sure everythign has been covered. ...

    I'd echo that. I've had a few quotes from moneysupermarket that have failed to materialize when I've followed them up on the insurer's website. Seems a great price if you can get it though.
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  • plane_boy2000
    plane_boy2000 Posts: 1,482 Forumite
    Have used them for the last two years with no problem. Had a question to which I couldnt find an answer on their website, so called an dthey were helpful, but dont have any experience of a claim though!
  • pianeet
    pianeet Posts: 518 Forumite
    i have been with them two months renewed my car tax online so must be official ,there is a phone number for claims,they were also £200 cheaper for my renewal,i think they are also underwitten by one of the big insurance companies so shouldn't be a problem
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  • Quinny_2
    Quinny_2 Posts: 1,351 Forumite
    Just recently had the renewal for the Wife's Micra, (Which we've now sold anyhow) from Churchill,and it was £180.

    Went on Quidco,ran the same quote through Lloyds TSB,and with the Quidco cashback,it came to £81!!!!!!! And unbelievably,the insurance was underwritten by..........yes,you've guessed it.Churchill!!!!!!!

    Even after selling the Micra,and buying a Peugeot 306,there was only a difference of about £10,again through Quidco.

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