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14-10-2016, 18:50   #1
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35 EURO off insurance through www.its4women.ie

Just us VOUCHER CODE: LQ456 under your quote to get discount.

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14-10-2016, 18:57   #2
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That is one big excess to pay if you claim...

I'm pretty sure this has come up before, and from what I remember, their quotes are not that great so the money off doesn't really make much difference.
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In this age of anti sexism and anti exclusion, how does this website not get a ton of review from equality ombudsman
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14-10-2016, 19:06   #4
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In this age of anti sexism and anti exclusion, how does this website not get a ton of review from equality ombudsman
Because they insure men as well
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Because they insure men as well
They may need to re-name it then.
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14-10-2016, 19:13   #6
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They may need to re-name it then.
25plus.ie I believe they are all the same company just different websites and skins

They have several other sites ,all mcl insurance


http://www.asai.ie/complaint/motor-insurance/

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Just got a renewal from its4women.....The above code still works even with renewals if you renew online...got 35eur off, happy days
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Trying to get a quote but won't let me select vehicle description? I can fill out every other tab. It doesn't recognise my reg number so am filling in the details manually. Any ideas?

Edit... Code worked on 25plus. Cheers OP

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30-05-2017, 01:52   #9
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Has anyone ever figured out what it is and why it possesses four women?

Grammatically speaking.
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30-05-2017, 07:10   #10
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I put in for a quote to see how it would quote a male on price. Kind of assumed it would be quoting mental money to say they would quote me legally but a stupid enough amount knowing I wouldn't proceed.

The quote wasn't stupidly high. €240 higher than what I paid last month with 123.ie

You can choose a higher excess to lower your premium if you wish. It seems the base execess was €350 in my case.

I can't imagine an insurance company name sticking around long if it was called its4men or something. People don't really get upset about one type of sexism compared to the other.
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30-05-2017, 07:23   #11
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Put in all my details; wouldn't quote me. There's a joke in there somewhere.
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30-05-2017, 07:25   #12
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I put in for a quote to see how it would quote a male on price. Kind of assumed it would be quoting mental money to say they would quote me legally but a stupid enough amount knowing I wouldn't proceed.

The quote wasn't stupidly high. €240 higher than what I paid last month with 123.ie

You can choose a higher excess to lower your premium if you wish. It seems the base execess was €350 in my case.

I can't imagine an insurance company name sticking around long if it was called its4men or something. People don't really get upset about one type of sexism compared to the other.
My husband got his insurance through them this year. They were the cheapest by far. They were laughably expensive for me.
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It's 4 women, randomly generating/denying quotes.
Don't over think it!
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30-05-2017, 12:09   #14
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Because they insure men as well
still is weird how they get away with it.

http://www.asai.ie/complaint/motor-insurance

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They stated that men were insured by its4women.ie as both first and second named drivers and that this was widely understood by the customer-base through the use of the gender selection tool available in the first section of the quote request form online.

They stated that there was no reference or statement made within the advertising or on any of their marketing collateral that males were excluded from insurance policies supplied by its4women.ie.
on the front page you wold certainly get the impression that men are not included, therefore excluded

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Do you need an insurance provider, which understands your needs? its4women.ie have been delivering cheaper insurance policies to the women of Ireland for over 30 years.
If it was its4whites I wonder would they still be about. Or something else with a close to 50/50 split, like a Northern Irish one called its4protestants.
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30-05-2017, 12:21   #15
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The most sexist of all trading names that have crossed my eyes.
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