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    #9 Maybe she has already shopped around and found there are no better deals out there better to stick to one you know and can control. Recycling is the buzz word. Have you felt anything different lately? LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victoria Moss View Post
    #9 Maybe she has already shopped around and found there are no better deals out there better to stick to one you know and can control. Recycling is the buzz word. Have you felt anything different lately? LOL
    Unfortunately no Vic, She wont leave me alone long enough to get to feel anything let alone another woman.
    {terry scouse}

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    You guys are all living in the wrong places. My 2019/20 cover for contents only was NZ$428.87. Surprisingly the 2020/2021 cover is NZ$367.25. That seems like a 14.37% reduction to me.
    I take all available discounts for electricity (D/debit payment, on-line invoice) which then allows an approx 10% off BP petrol - one only filling per month (=30 cents per litre).
    Car insurance due shortly which I hope will be reduced as car hasn't been able be on the road for some time due to Covid. May well be dissapointed.
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    I think it all comes down to how many Policies one has with a Company, well thats the way it works with me.
    I have all my Insurances with one place Total of 7 Policies in all.
    This gives you Bonus Points on amount of Policies,so all my payments are a lot les than most all other places that i have looked at.
    Pays to stick with one Insurer!
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    Have all of mine with the one company, subsidery of the bank, but it works well and the discount for having all in none is good.
    Happy daze John in Oz.

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