Hello, welcome to Justanswer. I'm Tony and I will answer your question today.
Have you asked them why they are withdrawing their offering?
Are you able to confirm the reason they've given you please?
Hi Tony.It is a policy decision on Santander 's part to withdraw travel insurance and medical cover from October 2013 to all their customers.
I suppose I am asking you whether you can advise which insurance company is most likely to take me on!!
Hi. We can't say which insurance company might take you on, it's down to the individual insurance company really. But there are well known insurers out there that are geared up to service the older market (no offence intended!), such as SAGA.
There are other options, such as policies included as part of credit card accounts etc. that might be worth exploring.
This isn't really a legal question though, and it's better directed at an insurance broker I'm afraid.
Or, you could use something like www.moneysupermarket.com and see what insurance produces are suggested.
Thanks for that I will give them a shout and see what happens!
Fabulous, good luck with this.
Is there anything else you would like me to address that I have not?
If there is nothing else I can help you with, would you rate the answer at least good or above for me please?
completely unhelpful as money supermarket do not deal with Travel insurance. My £33.00 was a waste of time and could have been used towards paying the high premium on a new policy
Moneysupermarket do deal with travel insurance. You're clearly looking at the wrong thing.
This is the link: http://www.moneysupermarket.com/travel-insurance/
Would you please consider a better rating in light of the fact that the information given was correct please?