They are for car insurance I havent taken out. I did own the vehicle about two years ago. I cant remember who it was insured with though.
all letters sent to my old address
The first letter dated 20th november says that there are a few points on my car insurance that need clarifying before my insurer can issue my policy.
The second letter dated 21st November contains the insurance documents (certificate, terms and condt, and direct debit info.) it reads that a deposit has been payed and that I need to pay a further £330 in monthly installments!
The third letter dated 22nd November says "thank you for buying your insurance from us and agreeing to pay our insurance payments by direct debit.
having received your details we would like to confirm they are correct. then lists dates money will be debited on and my bank details.
I didnt take out any insurance!
I havent owned the vehicle for a couple of years.
Anyone else had anything like this happen to them?
I am wondering, is it a scam.
if so by who?
- Some randomers?
- The insurance company trying to meet a quoter?
When the insurance ran out I let it and didnt do anything about it. If you were paying by direct debit can an issurance company renew your policy without you giving permission? If so I might having been paying for insurance I didnt need for the last couple of years! I need to check my online banking and see if they have been taking money out over the last few years without me knowing. And I need to phone them on Monday to find out what the hell is going on. I just hope its not a phone scam, might google the insurance companies number rather than use the one off the letter.