Why Inger calls NatWest’s Sajid a ‘guardian angel’: Cashier’s advice helped avert financial disaster when illness struck

How the Income Protection Insurance paid me £1,200 a month when I fell ill By Geoff Prestridge for The Mail on Sunday Updated: 06:37 EST, September 5, 2011 Whenever Inger Wallis visits her bank, she always tells the cashier, Sajid Fanny, “You’re my guardian angel”—much to his embarrassment. She had been saying this ever since … Read more

Life Insurance: How shedding pounds can lower your health coverage bills

How shedding pounds can lower your health and life coverage bills by Stephen Womack Updated: 07:39 ET, February 13, 2012 Shedding some weight around the middle could add several pounds to your back pocket. Life, health and sickness insurers are concerned with clients’ weight and set premiums to reflect the larger medical risks associated with … Read more

After Danny Baker calls all types of insurance a waste of time and money, we ask: Do we really need to buy insurance?

Do we really need to buy insurance? Famously, Danny Baker doesn’t think so. We weigh the possibilities By Toby Whalen for The Mail on Sunday Updated: 08:16 EST, Feb 28, 2012 We all need insurance. Or are we? Is it really worth paying thousands of pounds to cover yourself for countless troubles when you can … Read more

Supermarkets use aggressive tactics to sell life insurance to customers

The Life Insurance Trap at Checkout: Supermarkets use aggressive tactics to push cover that may not be adequate Written by Laura Shannon published: 7:01 PM EST, April 3, 2012 | Updated: 10:59 AM EST, Aug 16, 2012 The supermarket sales war could result in hundreds of thousands of people buying life insurance that doesn’t fit … Read more

Money Mail wins £240,000 for father who was ‘dying very slowly’

I was refused payout because I was dying too slowly: ‘Money Mail wins £240,000 because father’s life insurance company refused to help’ By Larissa Brown for The Daily Mail published: 7:45 p.m. EST, Sept. 25, 2012 | Updated: 05:56 EST, September 26, 2012 Relief: Scottish Provident finally pays £240,000 for Michael Onyett, who has motor … Read more