Greenbee Insurance

Discussion of experiences with obtaining and claiming on Pet Insurance, how to select an insurer and what to look for in a policy
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Linda&Coco
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Location: Peterborough

Re: Greenbee Insurance

Post by Linda&Coco » 24 Jun 2011, 12:06

I do understand your concerns,there are some insurance company's that once the allocated money has run out they will not pay for any more treatment on a particular complaint. It is a complicated matter.

I rang round loads of insurance company's before deciding on John Lewis.

I liked the fact that you start every year with the money you are insured for. Not all insurance company's do that.Maybe this is where the confusion lies with ongoing cover. :)

At the end of the day it is a choice for the individual to decide.But it does help if peoples experiences are passed on.
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Linda&Coco
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Re: Greenbee Insurance

Post by Linda&Coco » 24 Jun 2011, 12:10

Well done Mrs. Admin

What would we do without you. :D
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Ben
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Re: Greenbee Insurance

Post by Ben » 24 Jun 2011, 21:38

I'm with Direct Line. They don't appear on comparison websites so you have to go onto their website directly.

I was with Petplan, but they raised their prices to a stupid amount.

For 2 dogs I pay c.£32 for the £6,000 per condition with no time limit.

No one else ever seems to flag them up or use them. I have never had to claim, although I did 3 times with Petplan and they paid up within a month with no quibble.
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