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FatherTed 12th May 2019 07:38 PM

MCE Insurance
 
Since MCE are no longer around I've switched to another insurer who are asking for a proof of no claims bonus cert?
Has anyone ever tried to get one of these (or anything else for that matter) out of MCE? How do I go about it as they are not around any more?

Can I just email them requesting the cert?
What happens if they just don't bother replying/sending one out?

woodsman 12th May 2019 08:08 PM

Re: MCE Insurance
 
Not sure what’s the best way to proceed, your avatar has me confused.

kwackquack 12th May 2019 09:35 PM

Re: MCE Insurance
 
I think they're in the UK still, the office there would probably have access to the records and be able to send it to you

DavyH 12th May 2019 10:40 PM

Re: MCE Insurance
 
I believe they still offer cover in certain circumstances in ROI so it shouldn’t be a problem getting documentation from them

Curtain Twitcher 13th May 2019 07:45 AM

Re: MCE Insurance
 
Should be with the renewal documents

johnny b 13th May 2019 09:41 AM

Re: MCE Insurance
 
[QUOTE=woodsman;3571448]Not sure what’s the best way to proceed, your avatar has me confused.[/QUOTE]

I'm not confused but I just can't concentrate long enough on the question to read it.
This is very distracting altogether...:lbhbh:

FatherTed 13th May 2019 06:03 PM

Re: MCE Insurance
 
[QUOTE=Curtain Twitcher;3571472]Should be with the renewal documents[/QUOTE]

Renewal documents are not accepted unfortunately :(

Confusion 13th May 2019 06:53 PM

Re: MCE Insurance
 
[QUOTE=FatherTed;3571531]Renewal documents are not accepted unfortunately :([/QUOTE]

The no-claims discount statement must be included with the
renewal notice.

[url]http://www.irishstatutebook.ie/eli/2007/si/74/made/en/print[/url]

DavyH 13th May 2019 08:05 PM

Re: MCE Insurance
 
[QUOTE=FatherTed;3571531]Renewal documents are not accepted unfortunately :([/QUOTE]

If you got renewal docs your NCB should be in there with them

FatherTed 13th May 2019 08:58 PM

Re: MCE Insurance
 
Nope. They pulled out of Ireland so no renewal documents for this year - shower of cnuts

Confusion 13th May 2019 11:17 PM

Re: MCE Insurance
 
[QUOTE=FatherTed;3571540]Nope. They pulled out of Ireland so no renewal documents for this year - shower of cnuts[/QUOTE]


The first step is to talk to MCE. They should be able to
sort out a simple request for a no-claims statement.

If you don't make progress with them, you need to contact the
underwriter. Check your insurance cert for details.

Failing that, talk to the Central Bank of Ireland as
they are the regulator for motor insurers in Ireland.

and/or

The UK Financial Conduct Authority.

[url]https://www.mceinsurance.com/PolicyDocs/ROI_Terms_of_Business_005.pdf[/url]

ToolMan 14th May 2019 03:04 PM

Re: MCE Insurance
 
Just after been onto them about a copy if my no claims. Used the live chat thingy on the website. Gave them the reg and policy number and the emailed it onto me.

FatherTed 14th May 2019 06:53 PM

Re: MCE Insurance
 
[QUOTE=ToolMan;3571591]Just after been onto them about a copy if my no claims. Used the live chat thingy on the website. Gave them the reg and policy number and the emailed it onto me.[/QUOTE]


cheers for that...just tried that and the helpful dude says it's on it's way and I'll get it in 48 hrs, result!....if it ever arrives

christyg 14th May 2019 08:16 PM

Re: MCE Insurance
 
How did other insurers compare? I renewed mine with CN last week. The pricing seemed to be very much in line with the finger in the air stuff I’ve read witnessed by others on here!

Dinefred 14th May 2019 10:48 PM

Re: MCE Insurance
 
They will email it to you. I finished with them in the uk as they wont insure me on an Irish licence.

FatherTed 14th May 2019 10:51 PM

Re: MCE Insurance
 
[QUOTE=christyg;3571638]How did other insurers compare? I renewed mine with CN last week. The pricing seemed to be very much in line with the finger in the air stuff I’ve read witnessed by others on here![/QUOTE]

I tried CN, Principal & AXA. AXA just couldn't be arsed do a call back, CN started at about 450 straight away, then almost immediately dropped it to 330 no questions, Principal came in at 300 straight away and just didnt move.


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