Quotemehappy.com is an online-only auto and home insurance company, and is a subsidiary of Aviva Insurance. Its services are available only for UK residents. It says that by keeping everything on line, and operating a paperless business without call centres, it can keep costs and premiums down.
Contact Quotemehappy by phone
There are two main telephone numbers for quotemehappy. If you wish to contact the company for car insurance claims, dial: 0345 030 6944. The company notes that the cost of calls to 03 prefixed numbers are charged at national call rates (charges may vary dependent on your network provider) and are usually included in inclusive minute plans from landlines and mobiles. Staff that are available on this number can only help you with claims related questions, and you will need to have at hand your policy number, the registration number of your car and any other cars involved, the names and addresses of anyone else in the incident, including your passengers and reference numbers from the police, if they were at the scene. For calls related to quotemehappy home insurance claims, dial 0345 030 6902. The company prefers not to operate over the phone, as stated on its website: Quotemehappy.com operate an online only business and, subject to any legal or regulatory requirements, we shall communicate with you by e-mail, SMS text or other electronic means in connection with your policy and associated documentation (including but not limited to policy documentation, consumer credit documentation, claims handling documentation and complaints.
Contact Quotemehappy customer service on the internet
The Quotemehappy internet web site is www.quotemehappy.com. Fir electronic communication with the company, theQuotemehappy customer service email address is email@example.com. For any complaints about the company or its services, it asks that you use an online form on the website, which can be found under the ‘Complaints’ tab. This, it says, helps it keep its costs – and your premiums – low. Your complaint will be responded to as soon as possible, and the reply will include information on what happens next. The company has a target of 10 days in resolving complaints. If still unhappy, you can appeal to the Financial Ombudsman Service to carry out an independent review of your complaint. Their phone numbers are 0300 123 9123 (charged at a national rate) or 0800 023 4567 (free from landlines), or you can log on to their website: www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk or send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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