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Postby Perkles » 06 Jan 2020, 17:41

I was about to insure my bike with Go Skippy but the overseas call centre really put me off if I had to claim ,they couldnt understand what I was saying and knew nothing about bikes but were significantly cheaper than anybody else

I rang Bikesure and they matched the quote by adding 5 years no claims that I dont have due to my biking gap

well pleased innit
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Re: Bikesure

Postby duke63 » 06 Jan 2020, 18:06

Bikesure are good. Been with them for thee years now.
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Re: Bikesure

Postby Kwacky » 06 Jan 2020, 18:16

So they've made up 5 years NCB?
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Re: Bikesure

Postby Blade » 06 Jan 2020, 18:38

Good news but shows how corrupt insurance is.

They just make it up as they go along (giggle)
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Re: Bikesure

Postby Perkles » 06 Jan 2020, 19:31

Kwacky wrote:So they've made up 5 years NCB?

They looked at my precious bikes and added a discount as if I had 5 years no claims
Basically taking a grand off their original quote
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Postby Rossgo » 15 Jan 2020, 08:25

Stay away from go Skippy. Had huge arguments with them and they threatened to take me to court bla blar blar. I was excited to show the c&^ts up and took ages to get to the bottom of it all..defo made a wise decision with Bikesure.

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Re: Bikesure

Postby Perkles » 15 Jan 2020, 09:12

Rossgo wrote:Stay away from go Skippy. Had huge arguments with them and they threatened to take me to court bla blar blar. I was excited to show the c&^ts up and took ages to get to the bottom of it all..defo made a wise decision with Bikesure.

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go skippy kept putting the price up £100 every time I tried to pay online so I called the call centre which was in India and it took 30 minutes to get my name right so that was it for me
I couldnt imagine trying to go through a claim with them
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Re: Bikesure

Postby Rossgo » 21 Jan 2020, 19:28

Perkles wrote:
Rossgo wrote:Stay away from go Skippy. Had huge arguments with them and they threatened to take me to court bla blar blar. I was excited to show the c&^ts up and took ages to get to the bottom of it all..defo made a wise decision with Bikesure.

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go skippy kept putting the price up £100 every time I tried to pay online so I called the call centre which was in India and it took 30 minutes to get my name right so that was it for me
I couldnt imagine trying to go through a claim with them
Wise decision Perkles. Bloody terrible company. Unsure how they manage to stay in business


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