Re: Return of a stolen Disco
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"tomtom" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have been and had a good look at it today.
> Seems just fine, the insurance co wont let me have it yet
> as we have to decide on a few things, ie, do I pay for hire car
> during time "lost" as they put it.
> Depreciation and a whole host of
> things I never thought of!
> Just insurance co trying it on if you ask me.
> NEVER had a claim in 30 years.
> They seem to be making me the criminal.
> They seem to say I "lost" it.
> One of the posters in my 1st post said it may
> have had an aftermarket alarm fitted, it
> had not is was as STD, so how did the bleeders get it.
> It seems I can have it back if I want but if they can nick
> it once they can do it again.
> Also because I made a claim it goes against me.
> HOW CAN THAT BE RIGHT?
It isn't. It does just go to show that you'd be far better off it the
scum had just set fire to it. Your insurers (like all of them) are
far more interested their ledgers than they are in treating their
customers in a reasonable and fair manner, and it is difficult to
see how they are not *encourageing* the buring out, or breaking-up, of
> "tomtom" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > Back at the beginning of DEc I posted
> > an article about my Disco 2 going missing.
> > Today it has been found, not far from home!
> > Absolutely NO DAMAGE, my key even still works, more fuel in it too!
> > This makes it even harder to understand how the scroats nicked it.
> > Been OFF roaded abit I would say but dont seem bad at all.
> > Going for an inspection in Jan paid for by insurance co, until then it
> > aint mine again.
> > Not sure I really want it now anyway!
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