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February 2018 - Austbrokers Terrace Insurance | Adelaide | Melbourne

ARE CONSUMERS SATISFIED WITH HOUSEHOLDERS CLAIMS?

Householders claims only make up a small portion of insurance claims. But it is so important to ensure that they are handled correctly. Using a broker ensures that you have an insurance professional who has your best interests at heart when a claim arises – if you’d like to talk further, please contact us.   […]

SIX MILLION AUSTRALIANS FELL VICTIM TO CYBERCRIME IN 2017

One in three Australian adults fell victim to some form of cybercrime last year, costing the economy $2.3 billion. Research released in Norton by Symantec’s Cyber Security Insights Report shows more than six million people fell victim to identify theft, credit fraud or had their passwords compromised. READ MORE: All the people who knew about […]

CHOICE POINTS ROYAL COMMISSION TOWARDS CLAIMS DENIALS & PREM

Choice points royal commission towards claim denials, premiums – Local – Insurance News – insuranceNEWS.com.au Consumer group Choice has asked the royal commission into financial services to examine claims denials and to compel insurers to disclose more information around premiums. It says in a submission that a survey resulted in people relating “experiences of delays […]

UNINSURED DRIVER LOSES CAR, CASH IN MOTORWAY SMASH

Drivers in Illinois got more than they bargained for when a multiple vehicle crash saw thousands of dollars of cash spill on to the freeway. An uninsured driver lost control of their car for unknown reasons, hit a guardrail and spun out of control, hitting another car with a flatbed trailer near Champaign, Illinois last […]

INSURER ASKS: IS VALENTINE’S DAY OUTDATED?

Many Australian couples may not be as lovey-dovey this Valentine’s Day, with 45% of couples planning to give the romantic holiday the cold shoulder, according to a new Suncorp research. The study, which polled 1,000 Australians aged 16-64 from around the country, found that while romance remains a key driver for many couples, with 31% […]

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