March 27, 2012
London, UK (RPRN) 03/27/12 — Consumers advised to compare deals and read up on policies to avoid paying over the odds
Brits may be paying too much for their contents cover and should read up on policies before comparing prices and choosing the right insurance for their needs. This advice comes from a leading contents insurance comparison website, Contents-Insurance.co.uk.
The website lets UK consumers compare policies from around 60 of the leading name insurance suppliers in the marketplace to help them source the right policy which doesn't cost them too much. Contents-Insurance.co.uk informs and advises with a choice of guides on its site and helps Brits to source and compare all the very best business insurance policies, homes & buildings cover and more from top names.
The Contents-Insurance.co.uk comparison service is simple and convenient to use and compares deals in real-time from all the sector's leading suppliers. Further to offering users a quick and easy insurance comparison service, the site is also home to guides covering things like standard cover, accidental damage policies, business cover and many other types of insurance.
Lisa Mitchell, spokesperson for Contents-Insurance.co.uk, commented, “Our users rely on us to help them make smart choices about contents cover and so we offer great advice and our comparison service helps them to decide more easily. There are far too many people paying more than they need to for their contents cover right now and we want to help put that right."
For more information visit www.contents-insurance.co.uk
Contents-Insurance is owned and operated by ASAP Web, all quotes are offered by Quotezone who are a trading style of Seopa Ltd. Seopa Ltd are authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority for insurance mediation and their registration number is 313860.
Quotezone compare up to 90 companies, dependent upon the type of insurance you are looking for and your personal circumstances, to ensure that you get the best prices available from those providers.
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