NHS Discounts - flight delay compensation

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Flight Delay Compensation
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SinhanadaSinhanada Forumite
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Flight Delay Compensation
Hi All

For all members of the NHS and who are on the receiving end of the NHS Discounts email please do not use EU Delay.

http://eudelay.co.uk/faq

They will charge you a 25% commission for what is essentially an easy piece of work for you.

I'm sure most of you on here will already know, but thought I'd do my civic duty and let you know.

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    Caz3121Caz3121 Forumite
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    edited 11 December 2013 at 11:47AM
    Sinhanada wrote: »
    They will charge you a 25% commission for what is essentially an easy piece of work for you.

    I'm sure most of you on here will already know, but thought I'd do my civic duty and let you know.

    I think that how easy it is will depend on the airline the claim is against. I have a delay with Jet2, from reading the boards here it is fairly obvious that any claim would be far from easy so opted to pass to a NWNF for 27% commission. Better to get 73% of the claim than nothing (as I would likely have given up due to frustration had I been trying to do it myself)
  • 111KAB111KAB Forumite
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    Caz3121 wrote: »
    ........so opted to pass to a NWNF for 27% commission. Better to get 63% of the claim than nothing (as I would likely have given up due to frustration had I been trying to do it myself)


    Can I have the other 10% please?
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