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  1. We've done this debate before. If an insurer doesn't underwrite policyholders who have had a policy previously cancelled for payment issues, they would be completely in their rights to void a policy if this was later discovered (unlikely but not impossible). The FOS would look at the underwriting guidelines of the insurer and if they said that they would decline applications where a policy had previously been cancelled they could void the policy potentially leaving you liable for thousands. The question they ask is "Have you previously had a policy cancelled" (or words to that effect
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  2. Give me 5 mins Ill have something for you. From my notes, please see below. Minicredit have now been dissolved... If you had an outstanding balance, it is probably with OPUS ltd.. And remember CAG places spaces in email addresses, remove them! Also if you find these helpful please add to my rep
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