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Anyone ever actually had an agreed value payout? #1655146
12/01/2022 15:27
12/01/2022 15:27
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cjh Offline OP
I need some sleep
cjh  Offline OP
I need some sleep

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As above
Intrigued to know if anyones actually made a claim and they stood by it?


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Re: Anyone ever actually had an agreed value payout? [Re: cjh] #1655165
13/01/2022 10:28
13/01/2022 10:28
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Not really the same but close to it as a subject, that is, you only know how good an insurance company is when you make a claim, I had this experience. My sweet little Honda Beat was spun off the M25 by a lorry who pulled out into me. It was written off. I had it insured with Aviva and had ticked the £5000-£10000 box for its value. I'd paid £5500 for it as I remember. And that is what they paid. The Honda Beat is a bit fewer on the ground than a Coupe, but there was one for sale on eBay at the time for £5999, a kite flying exercise that had been on there for ages and ages. The one at £2500 (knackered but an almost realistic price) had been withdrawn from sale a week before. Now I know that Aviva didn't pay it, as they would have claimed it off the lorry's insurers, who blustered a bit as seems contractually expected, but they didn't contest.

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