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Has anyone else tried to cl;aim on medical insurance linked to their bank account, only to find that the?

excess is too high to get their money back?
I had to see the doctor while I was away and have now discovered that because the bill was less than £100 I cannot get the money back. To think I pay a monthly fee on my bank account and it is worthless.

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2 Responses to “Has anyone else tried to cl;aim on medical insurance linked to their bank account, only to find that the?”

  1. jeanimus said:

    I got a offered a new bank account for £12 a month – I get cheaper holiday insurance and car insurance and money off. The money off is from shops I never use, my travel insurance is £12 per trip and my car insurance £8 a month (on hubbys policy) so why pay £144 per year for stuff I already get cheaper. You should go in and change your account, these ‘special offers’ are usually unuseable – its just another scam by the banks to make cash.

  2. worto03 said:

    I’ve not seen a premium bank account thats worth it yet – all of the free services they offer are either useless or you can get much better deals elsewhere.




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