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Asked by noddy99 on 1st March 2017 Report this content
I have a house and contents insurance policy with Home Protect, the actual insurer being AXA Insurance UK plc. Some of my details on which the premium was based have changed (improved). Should I contact Home protect or AXA to notify these changes, and in order to submit proof of changes would need to notify by post so can I get an address for either Home Protect or Axa as the case may be? 

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Report this content headsm Written on: 03/03/2017
I'm not an expert but I would say your policy is with Home Protect, it's just underwritten by Axa. Therefore all correspondence should be with Home Protect. I suggest you give them a call to discuss your change of details and let them tell if you need to do anything further.
Report this content ebass1993 Written on: 03/03/2017
Hi, It would be best to contact Home Protect by phone and update your policy. There is a proper term for it like mid-contract something or other but if you notify Home Protect, they'll deal with AXA themselves.
Asked by ANDYHUN on 16th March 2016 Report this content
Has anyone else been sent a surveyor from BVS in Bolton when claiming for storm damage for a roof that is letting in rainwater?

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