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  1. Hello, this is my first post on the site and I hope someone can help. I had to take my tenants to court in order for them to leave my property. They caused extensive damage to my new build property - removing boiler, radiator's all the built in goods and smashing through walls. The Police have arrested the ex-tenants due to the extent of the damage and the matter is still pending - although the Police have informed me they are not hopeful of prosecution I submitted a claim in April on my Landlords insurance building cover through Endsleigh. A few days after Endsleigh’s loss a
  2. I have been insured by Endsleigh car insurance for many years. Never had any problems - but reality is that you only really get to know your insurer in times of trouble. In October 2015, a false allegation was made against me by a third party. The third party claims that I have crushed into their vehicle and darted off without stopping. The third party claims that they have CCTV of me - and there is even a rumour that this CCTV was handed to the third party by the police themselves. Very curious, because on the day of the alleged incident I was overseas on a business trip. One would
  3. Hi all, I've just got off the phone with Endsleigh, who have confirmed that my car insurance was accidentally cancelled due to an error on their end. It was cancelled from last Friday (18/03), therefore I have not had valid insurance for the past week. I was not given any explanation, only apologies from Endsleigh. However, I feel cheated by by insurer as I could have potentially lost my license had I driven unaware of the insurance cancellation and been stopped by the Police. They did not give me any notice of cancellation (although their policy booklet states they must give 7
  4. Hi from a newbie, apologies if anything is done wrong. I took out car insurance on 16th November 2015 with Endsleigh. To the best of my knowledge I filled in everything about the quotation correctly, but then got an email and letter from them on 25th November saying that my during their validation process my policy has flagged up a problem. The letter/email states that they asked "Have you, or any person.....been convicted of any motoring offence..." etc To this question I answered 'Yes' and stated the following facts (as I thought) I obtained 6 points in April 2012 for sp
  5. Dear all I am unsure how to proceed with Endsleigh regarding a claim on a stolen camera I have a content insurance contract with Endlseigh since 2009. I took an option to cover my camera outside of my home. I specified on the contract that the camera is a Nikon D300 worth £1500. The camera was recently stolen and now I am being challenged to get a proper reimbursement from Endsleigh. The situation is the following: - My first mistake: I registered the item to cover as a Nikon D300 but it did include a lens as part of the package. I did purchase the lens and camera body at
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