Hi .. I've just come across the fact tha...

Asked by Farah on 12-09-2021 15:47:05
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Eastern Cape

Hi .. I've just come across the fact that twelve month premiums could be refunded after cancellation of policy .. I've had a car insurance policy with first for women from 2011 until 2016 which I cancelled due to finding a Better deal elsewhere .. however upon reading through my initial emails I've missed the part of being refunded .. I do however need to know what procedures to follow and if this would still be payable and owed to me and also if this is a general practice with insurance 

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Posted by Att. Patrick on 12-09-2021 21:27:16

Hi there,

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That is definitely NOT general practice with insurance companies ... in fact, this is the FIRST time that I'm hearing about this. I doubt that it is true.

Also, given that you cancelled in 2016, some 5 years ago, any claim that you would have against them would surely have prescribed - which means that they no longer need to pay you if they don't want.

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