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Review of Marks & Spencers Pet Cover

Submitted by becks
Review Added: 11/5/2005 - Visitor Rating: 4.00 4.00 (1 votes)

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Pet Insurance

Customer Review Comments:
After shopping around on the internet I found Marks and Spencers pet insurance to offer the lowest premium with the best levels of cover. Apparently the final premium does depend upon where you live as vets fees differ region to region. The lifetime cover element seemed to be unique too.

I saved 5% for applying online and the option to vary the excess to cut the premium even further which i didn't see anywhere else i looked.

Of course the big question is what will happen should I need to claim. Hopefully I will never find out.

Good Points: Good cover, low premiums
Bad Points: Not getting loyalty points when buying online with my M&S credit card.
Customer Service Rating: 3/5
Value for Money Rating: 4/5
Overall Rating: 3/5
Made a Claim? No
Recommended? Yes

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M&S pet insurance not good,I have had the cover for two years now and due to last years and this years huge, 121.05 increase, i am dropping them. Very disapointing M&S you should be ashamed.
Comment by jan edwards
Date: 1/2/2008

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