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August 24th, 2009

Zero, is the only credit card that offers a feeless foreign card that can be used anywhere around the globe. The idea of releasing this Credit Card originated from the fact that a lot of Brits (using Santander cards) going on a holiday are planning to sharply watch their budget this time. Out of 5 Brits, 4 of them definitely want to make a trip. Ten million people intend to decrease their holiday expenditure. Read the rest of this entry »


August 22nd, 2009

The most horrifying finding of the Association of British Insurers (ABI) was that there were 4,300 dishonest Travel Insurance claims worth £5m the previous year.

This has raised a red alert among the insurers and overseas police forces. As a result, ABI said that if anyone was caught cheating their insurers, then they would have to face higher insurance costs and other problems pertaining to their motor and house insurance. Both, the insurers as well as the overseas police forces are now more vigilant than before and have maintained industry-wide databases regarding the fraudulent claims. If one is held over a fraudulent claim, then he will face the consequences. He won’t be lent money so easily in future and he may also face prosecution. Read the rest of this entry »

FAXLESS PAY DAY LOANS: Are they legitimate?

August 21st, 2009

When you need money urgently, it is wise enough to apply for a ‘No Fax Pay Day Loan’. This service proves to be very useful when you need money right away and are under a fix since your next paycheck has literally all the time on earth to reach you.
What do we mean when we say ‘No Fax Pay Day Loan’?

It is just a Cash Advance Loan. This loan comes very useful when you are really in need of money and can’t find another alternative but forced to wait till you receive your next paycheck. ‘No Fax’ here stands for no paper work. Yes! You don’t need any paper work to get your loan dispatched. Read the rest of this entry »

Selection of Car Insurance Made Easy Online

August 6th, 2009

The new economy has seen the presence of different type of consumers among shoppers of Car Insurance. They are all mainly interested in savings when dealing with the insurance company. By making comparisons of insurance rates of different companies online, it is possible to comprehend the way premiums are calculated. It is possible to save even up to quite a few hundred dollars, giving motorists the opportunity of making a tidy savings when they take out policy online. Read the rest of this entry »

How Young Drivers can avoid the Pitfall of High Insurance Premiums

August 4th, 2009

Many car insurance companies are unwilling to offer Car Insurance for drivers of younger age. The statistics of road accidents substantiate these companies’ prudence, as perpetrators of accidents are more among drivers of age 21 or below than in any other age groups. Consequently insurance companies are charging younger drivers with high insurance premiums. Read the rest of this entry »

Separate Home and Content Insurance will help Save Money

July 9th, 2009

The AA is asking homeowners to check their insurance policies carefully to ensure that they are getting worth the value.

Though most buy a combined home and Content Insurance policy, AA insurance feels that it might not be the most sensible thing to do. A combined policy could be expensive too. Read the rest of this entry »

People considering private Healthcare Insurance over UK NHS

July 2nd, 2009

With the UK NHS becoming more and more overstretched people have started raising serious concerns on the long term future of this institution. The UK NHS is unchallenged around the world, though many health tourists have been known to have left the country without paying dues. With the current recession period in the UK, and funding becoming more and more difficult, many people are thinking of private Health Care Insurance for themselves and their families. Read the rest of this entry »

Halifax Warns Customers of Subsidence Risk this summer

July 1st, 2009

All homeowners have been warned by Halifax Home Insurance to take positive measures to avoid subsidence risk as temperatures are expected to soar this summer and less rains expected than previous year. Homeowners leaving especially in the south-east of England should be cautious of high risk because of clay-based soil and higher temperatures. Read the rest of this entry »

British Travel Insurance Customers could Experience Cheaper Holidays

June 29th, 2009

Foreign exchange specialist HiFX suggests that in the coming days, British Travel Insurance customers could find their holidays less expensive. According to HiFX, pound is likely to become stronger following the announcement of European Central Bank or ECB that sterling was up by 0.36 per cent against the Euro. Currency strategist Marc Cogliatti said that though foreign trips could become less expensive it will not reach the low as it was two years ago. Read the rest of this entry »

35% off on Pet Insurance by Tesco

June 27th, 2009

If you are applying for Pet Insurance online, then Tesco is offering 35% off on pet insurance for new customers. Pet owners consider their pets as part of their family and Tesco is just helping customers with a good deal in times of recession. More than three quarters of the women treat their pets as their friend and talk to them like a person while a third prefer the company of their animals than humans. Read the rest of this entry »