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Reward the loyal and do it now No loyalty: Stick with your insurer for too long and it will take advantage of you by pushing up your premiums while luring in new customers with cheaper deals Loyalty has long counted for nothing in financial services.
It is a drum we have banged for a long time. Stick with your pandora nz radio insurer for too long and it will take advantage of you by pushing up your premiums while luring in new customers with cheaper deals. A number of insurers, led by Aviva, have now promised to stop discriminating against loyalty although I will not be convinced until their words are turned into actions. While the likes of Aviva boss Mark Wilson (who somehow manages to combine his demanding role with being a part time journalist) contemplate how to do something they should have been doing all along, I trust they will embrace protection insurance within this 'loyalty review'. As we highlight today, it is unacceptable that hundreds of thousands of people have longstanding cover that is no longer fit for purpose but no one has bothered to tell them it is. Lose a leg and you will not be covered (you need to lose both). Got cancer of the bladder? Tough, as the Macpherson brothers discovered (see above). It is about time the insurance industry found a way of updating existing policies on an ongoing basis so that all customers are treated fairly. At the very least, long standing customers should be offered the opportunity to update their cover, even if it means higher premiums. There must be a way forward on this. Any thoughts Mr Wilson? While Mark Wilson contemplates his insurance navel, anyone sent a renewal notice should at the very least challenge their provider on the price offered. A work colleague was recently called by British Gas to see if he was happy with the new premium quoted to renew his boiler cover. He wasn't and threatened to leave. The company suddenly pulled a 30 per cent loyalty discount out of its hat and now, rather than facing a 50 annual increase, he has cut the cover's cost by 170. What a gas. Whether it is fraudsters attempting to dupe you into handing over thousands of pounds to bogus holiday booking websites (an issue investigated by my colleague Sally Hamilton in recent weeks) or criminals tricking you into giving them your bank details under the pretext of a tax rebate coming your way, they are everywhere. They spare no one, including myself. Last week, I withdrew money from a NatWest cash machine opposite work in London's Kensington. As usual I checked the machine for anything suspicious and then ensured nobody was shoulder surfing me to get hold of my PIN. All my safety measures counted for nothing because crooks cloned my card. The result was that they then proceeded to withdraw (from China) five identical sums of 229.28 from my account. Although the withdrawals were processed, fraud busters at my bank Cater Allen soon picked up on the unusual transactions. Accepting that I was not on a flying visit to China, they reimbursed the 1,146.40 plus interest. 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