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Can I use a SAR to demand an itemised bill from an Insurer?


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Hello there,

 

I found this site through Google.

 

I have been paying off an excess amount to an insurer for damages to another drivers car.

Although I was told I'd get an itemised breakdown of the expense, I haven't received this.

 

Can I use a SAR to request this? The reason I ask is that obviously this involves a third party.

 

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Hi max

 

Welcome to CAG

 

You can send them a SAR Request, they have 40 day to respond with all the data on the policy. You'll have to send £10.

 

You can amend the following template:- http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/content.php?552-Data-Protection

 

Make sure you add 'Breakdown' info you require.

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Possibly not, A SAR only entitled you to DATA held about YOU. A common misunderstanding.

If it is the the third party's documentation your after, then it holds none of your data.

Just refuse to pay until they provide you with info, if the document holds personal data of the third party, they can black that out. A reg on it's own is not a breach of DPA.

They are probably being useless rather than awkward.

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