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21-04-2010, 10:03   #31
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a fair question to ask

Would boards members not be entitled to a group discount?
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Would boards members not be entitled to a group discount?
We currently cut our costs and commission to keep the prices as low as possible so there is not much room for a further discount at the moment I am afraid. We are however launching our corporate responsibility policy this month where for every QuoteDevil policy purchased we will be planting 5 trees in Tanzania.

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Alright lads, just a heads up. Signed up with Zurich today for 3bed house insurance before I found you guys. Got insured direct for about €40 cheaper than through your site.
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We currently cut our costs and commission to keep the prices as low as possible so there is not much room for a further discount at the moment I am afraid. We are however launching our corporate responsibility policy this month where for every QuoteDevil policy purchased we will be planting 5 trees in Tanzania.

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I am delight to say that we have just introduced an exclusive discount for Boards users. When purchasing a policy enter the Discount code Board99 in the space and an additional 7.5% discount will be applied to the premium.


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Why is a lazer/debit card needed when doing DD to complete.. Pointless exercise seen as you are been given the account info??
Sorry to say because of this my buisness is going elsewhere
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Why is a lazer/debit card needed when doing DD to complete.. Pointless exercise seen as you are been given the account info??
Sorry to say because of this my buisness is going elsewhere
I am sorry to hear this but unfortunately we have to collect the deposit by credit or laser card. Graham.
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We currently cut our costs and commission to keep the prices as low as possible so there is not much room for a further discount at the moment I am afraid. We are however launching our corporate responsibility policy this month where for every QuoteDevil policy purchased we will be planting 5 trees in Tanzania.

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We are delighted to say that we now have a discount of 7.5% for boards members if they input the code Board99 on the purchase page of the site.
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Welcome to boards.ie

I'll ask the most obvious question. Your website doesn't seem to offer car insurance. Why?
I am delighted to say that we now offer car and van insurance. We compare price and cover from 14 insurers to get the best deals.

Call Lisa on 01 6619062 for a quick easy quote.
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I notice your house insurance only covers €1500 for fire brigade charges what happens if your bill is higher than that?
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I notice your house insurance only covers €1500 for fire brigade charges what happens if your bill is higher than that?
Thanks for your inquiry. The figure of €1500 is based on the insurers experience of fire brigade claims and €1500 would cover the vast majority of claims for calling out the fire brigade to a private house.
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