Octagon Insurance Review

Octagon Insurance Review by Insurance Me

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Octagon Insurance is administered in the UK by One Quote Direct Insurance Services Ltd. Octagon does their business online or over the phone. This keeps costs down by not having physical offices and the overhead associated with them. They claim to make sure the policies are "jargon-free" and "easy to understand".

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Octagon has something called My Rewards. This is a free rewards card, once you take out a policy with them, which offers 1000's of discounts and exclusive deals at your favorite shops. It also provides discounts for travel and entertainment.

With Octagon there are two main types of coverage offered; Car Insurance and Van Insurance. Let's look into what is offered.

  • Quotes - First thing to notice when you click on the Car Insurance tab is "Get a Quote". Easy to use online quotes are available. If you need assistance, a phone number is provided to help you out.
  • Policies - Octagon Car Insurance offers the three standard main types of coverage; Comprehensive, Third Party Fire & Theft and Third Party Only.
  • With any of their policies you are covered as soon as you purchase a policy, whether online or over the phone.
  • Octagon offers a "no-claim" bonus, for every year of no claims Octagon will reduce your renewal costs.
  • The option to make payments monthly or annually is available.
  • Octagon will accept new customers up to the age of 75.
  • Coverage for trailers, caravans or anything towed is not available through Octagon.
  • They cover your vehicle if you are a First responder and must use your vehicle to respond.
  • They also provide coverage for windscreens and child safety seats.

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Homepage: http://www.octagoninsurance.com/

Phone Number: 0844 561 4615

Email Address: customerservices@octagoninsurance.com

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109 days ago
I had an accident 25/05/2013. My car was paid for my claim paid for still waiting on my assess to be returned to me. I have been chasing this over 5. months now. I have made numerous call to no availe. I will not let go. It\\\'s my money and I want it back and also my no claiming bounce reinstalled. Am getting feed up n frustrated. My reference number for the claim is. 32-62923
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413 days ago
I can not down load my Quot can you phone me please on 07888947695 thank you
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576 days ago
hi ive been trying to contact the office about a accident claim but could not get though could someone please contact me my number is 07909 444699
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589 days ago
im still waiting for my insurance documents
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620 days ago
My name is Trevor Petersen post code is b321 jx. Still have not received policy. Said I would get a prepaid envelope or e mail me your address so I can send it. Please.
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