Privacy Policy

These terms and conditions shall apply to Your use of the Website located at


Who is processing your data?
Where do we get the data from?
Providing data about other people
What do we use your data for?
Part 1 – Providing you with a quote and administering your policy
Part 2 – Fraud Prevention
Part 3 – Other uses of data
Part 4 – Special categories of data and criminal convictions
How long do we keep data for?
Overseas Transfer of Data
Your Rights
Contacting us about data
Information Commissioner’s Office


We take our data protection obligations very seriously and it is important to us that you understand how we use your personal data. This Privacy Policy sets out in detail the purposes for which we process your personal data, who we share it with, what rights you have in relation to that data and everything else that we think it is important for you to know.

The main purpose for which we process your personal data is to provide you with services that you request from us. We may need some information from you about health or criminal convictions to do this. We cannot provide you with quotes or policies without this data. We will also process personal data for other purposes, such as marketing (where you have consented), market research and fraud prevention. We will only ever keep your personal data for as long as is necessary for the purpose for which we need that personal data.

We will need to share some of your personal data with some third parties, for example insurers and suppliers, and we will make checks against various databases to verify the information you provide and to help us assess your quote. Some of the decisions that we make in relation to our relationship with you will be made by wholly automated means. These decisions can be reviewed if you ask us to, but this does not necessarily mean that they will be changed.

You have various rights in relation to your personal data which can be exercised by contacting us using the details set out in this Privacy Policy.

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Who is processing your data?

We are BISL Limited, we arrange and administer Dial Direct car, home and van insurance and we are the data controller of the personal data that you provide and/or that we collect from you. This means that we are the company responsible for deciding how your data is processed.

BISL Limited is part of the Markerstudy Group and provides products and services under various brands. If you want to know more about the Markerstudy Group the brands that BISL operates you can find out more at

Car, Home and Van Insurance

To provide you with car, home and van insurance, we need to share your data with the insurers we work with. This is to allow the insurers to consider your application for insurance and to allow them to deal with any claims you make on your insurance policy. The insurers will also be data controllers in relation to the data they receive from us and any additional data the insurer may collect about you when dealing with a claim. This means that the insurers are in charge of how they handle your data and we are not responsible for this.

Our list of insurers:

  • Ageas Insurance Limited
  • AXA Insurance
  • AXA Insurance DAC
  • Covea Insurance Plc
  • Highway
  • Integra Insurance Solutions Ltd.
  • LV
  • Markerstudy Insurance Services Limited
  • NIG. NIG policies are underwritten by UK Insurance Limited
  • Premier
  • Prestige
  • Sabre Insurance Company Limited
  • Somerset Bridge
  • Tradex Insurance Company Ltd
  • West Bay Insurance plc
  • Accredited Insurance (Europe) Limited – UK Branch
  • When you choose to add an additional product to your insurance policy, such as breakdown cover, we will also need to share your data with the supplier of the additional product to allow it to be provided.

Our list of suppliers:

Breakdown Cover

RAC Motoring Services

Motor Legal Protection (MLP)

Administered by ACM ULR Ltd. Underwritten by RAC Insurance Ltd.

Guaranteed Replacement Car (GRC)

Administered by ACM ULR Ltd. Underwritten by ARAG plc on behalf of SCOR UK Company Limited. 


Administered by Keycare. Underwritten by Ageas Insurance Ltd

No Claims Discount (NCD) Protection

BISL Limited

Guaranteed Replacement Van (GRV)

Administered by ACM ULR Ltd. Underwritten by ARAG plc on behalf of SCOR UK Company Limited. 

Tools Cover

Administered by BISL, Underwritten by AXA Insurance UK PLC

Family Legal Protection (FLP)

Administered by ACM ULR Ltd. Underwritten by RAC Insurance Ltd.

Home Emergency Assistance (HEA)

Administered by ARAG. Underwritten by SCOR UK Company Limited

If you pay for your policy by monthly instalments you will be taking out a credit agreement. Your credit arrangement will be provided by BFSL Limited, which is part of the Markerstudy Group and which provides credit arrangements on our behalf. Data relevant to your credit agreement will be shared with BFSL Limited. BFSL Limited will also be a data controller of this data and will be responsible for how that data is processed.

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Where do we get the data from?

From you

Most of the data that we process will be data that we collect from you directly when you request a quote. We will ask you various questions to collect the data we need for the purpose of your policy. We will not be able to provide a quote unless you answer the mandatory questions.

From your use of our website and services

We also collect data about you based on your actions, for example we collect data about how and when you use our websites, or our services so that we can build up a picture of you as a customer. This can include information such as how many quotes you have obtained for insurance from us, mouse clicks/taps, mouse movements, page scrolling and text entered into forms. This helps us to provide you with a good service and to design improvements to our products and services (including changes to our website) but is also used to help us to prevent and detect fraud. We may use third parties to collect this data and some of this data is collected by using cookies. You can read our cookie policy for more information.

If you contact us electronically, we may collect your electronic identifier e.g. Internet Protocol (IP) address or telephone number supplied by your service provider. This information may be used by us and/or shared with and used by insurers to aid in the detection of fraud.

If we speak to you on the telephone we may record the telephone call and if you use our webchat service we will keep a record of the conversation. We do this so that we have an accurate record of your conversation with us. We also use this data for monitoring and quality control purposes and may use it for training purposes.

From price comparison sites

If you have been directed to us from a price comparison site then the price comparison site will have provided us with data that you entered in order to allow us to provide you with a quote.

When you purchase one of our policies through a price comparison site we will need to share some information with the price comparison site, for example, information relating to whether the policy has been purchased or the status of the policy. We will also exchange information that is necessary to help resolve any queries or complaints.

Our service providers

We or our insurers will sometimes use third parties to process personal information on our behalf. Where third parties process your personal information on our behalf, we will have a contract in place with them placing obligations on them to keep your data secure and only use it for the purposes that we authorise.
The third parties that we use may include, for example, IT service providers, market research agencies and debt collection agencies or tracing agents appointed by us.

From other companies

As part of considering your quote, administering (including amending or renewing) your policy or dealing with any claims on your policy, we, our insurers and/or our credit providers will exchange information about you with other companies and/or carry out checks with various databases, which is standard practice in the insurance industry. We have set out below some of the common databases that may be checked.


If you provide your, or any named driver’s, driving licence number this be passed to the DVLA, either by us or the insurers we work with, in order for a search to be carried out to confirm your (or any named driver’s) licence status, entitlement and relevant restriction information and endorsement/conviction data.

Undertaking searches using your driving licence number helps insurers check information to prevent fraud and ensure policy premiums are fair. A search with the DVLA will not show on your (or your named driver’s) driving licence record.
For details relating to information held about you by the DVLA, please visit

Credit searches

We and/or our insurers or credit provider(s) will carry out checks with credit reference agencies, including-

  • checks against publicly available information such as the Electoral Register, County Court Judgments, bankruptcy or repossession information;
  • checks against data relating to your credit history. If you enter into a credit agreement to pay for your policy, we may also pass to Credit Reference Agencies information we hold about you and your payment record with us. Credit Reference Agencies share information with other organisations, enabling applications for financial products to be assessed or to assist the tracing of debtors, or to prevent fraud. We may ask Credit Reference Agencies to provide a credit scoring computation. Credit scoring uses a number of factors to work out risks involved in any application. A score is given to each factor and a total score obtained and this together with other factors will be used to assess your application for a quote or a policy.

The credit reference agencies will keep a record of the search and you may see this recorded on your credit file whether or not you proceed with your quote.  If you decide to take out a credit agreement, the search and details of your payment history with the credit provider will also be visible to other lenders.  You can find out further information about how the Credit Reference Agencies collect and use personal data at which also provides you with details of how to contact the Credit Reference Agencies if you want to check the information that they hold about you.

Claims and Underwriting Exchange and Other Registers and Databases

We, the insurer and/or the re-insurer exchange information with various databases and registers to help check information provided, help verify your identitty, to detect and prevent crime or fraud and to obtain information about your previous insurance history including your no claims history. These databases may include the Claims and Underwriting Exchange Register, the Hunter Database, the Motor Insurance Anti-Fraud and Theft Register, the No Claims History Database and any other relevant industry databases or registers.

As part of these checks, we will share your data with LexisNexis Risk Solutions who carry out checks against data from various sources including data from other insurance companies.    You can find out more information about LexisNexis Risk Solutions, the data they collect and information about your data protection rights in relation to the data they hold at

Data we provide to these registers or databases about your insurance quote, policy or about any claims or incidents that may give rise to a claim (which you must tell us about under the conditions of your policy whether or not a claim is made) may be accessed by other insurance companies. 

Motor Insurance Database

Information relating to your insurance policy will be added to the Motor Insurance Database (“MID”) managed by the Motor Insurers’ Bureau (“MIB”). MID and the data stored on it may be used by certain statutory and/or authorised bodies including the Police, the DVLA, the DVLANI, the Insurance Fraud Bureau and other bodies permitted by law for purposes not limited to but including:-

  1. Electronic Licensing
  2. Continuous Insurance Enforcement
  3. Law enforcement (prevention, detection, apprehension and/or prosecution of offenders)
  4. The provision of government services and/or other services aimed at reducing the level and incidence of uninsured driving.

If you are involved in a road traffic accident (either in the UK, the EEA or certain other territories), insurers and/or the MIB may search the MID to obtain relevant information. Persons (including his or her appointed representatives) pursuing a claim in respect of a road traffic accident (including citizens of other countries) may also obtain relevant information which is held on the MID. It is vital that the MID holds your correct registration number. If it is incorrectly shown on the MID you are at risk of having Your vehicle seized by the Police. You can check that your correct registration number details are shown on the MID at

Existing Data

We will check our existing records to see if you have held a policy or obtained a quote with us or any of the brands BISL Limited administer before. We will also share personal data with our other brands, Group Companies and insurers for these purposes. The credit providers we work with (as described in the “Who is processing your data?” section above) will also carry out checks against data that they hold on you if you have held a credit agreement with them or applied for credit with them before. 

Checking and comparing this data helps us to assess your quote (including at renewal and during amendments). This data will also be used for research and analysis in accordance with the section headed “What do we use your data for?” below.

Publicly available sources

We or our insurers use some open sources of data which are not personal data (such as information about particular geographic areas) and combine this with the personal data that we hold about you (such as your own address) in order to assess insurance risk and provide you with an accurate quote.

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Providing data about other people

We will sometimes need you to provide us with data about other people, for example where another person is being added to the policy as a joint policyholder or named driver. Where you give us data about someone else, you must make sure that you have made that person aware of this Privacy Policy. If we ask you to confirm your consent to certain data being processed, you are giving consent for your data and any relevant data relating to the other person to be processed. Where this privacy policy refers to “your data” this also includes data about anyone else named on the policy or whose data you provide us with.

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What do we use your data for?

The data that we hold is used for the following purposes:-

Part 1 – Providing you with a quote and administering your policy

The personal data that we use for the purposes set out in this Part includes information you provide during your quote, information about previous or existing policies held by us or our insurers, identification information, information from credit reference agencies, your policy and payment history and behavioural information that we gather from your use of our website and how you manage your policy.

Providing you with a service

As you would expect, this data is used to provide you with the service you have requested, for example a quote or an insurance policy. When you take out a policy, we will continue to use your data to provide you with annual renewal quotes and where we can we will use the data to automatically renew your policy and continue to provide you with insurance cover. If you would prefer that we don’t use your data to automatically renew your policy then you can opt out of the automatic renewal process by contacting us. This means we will still use your data to generate a renewal quote but your policy will not renew unless you tell us that you would like to accept the renewal quote. You can find more information about this in your policy documents.

Credit agreements and payments

Both we and the credit provider use this data (including data held in relation to our other brands) to help us build up a picture of you a customer. This allows us to carry out more accurate assessments of you as a customer when you apply for products with us, including creditworthiness assessments. It helps us to provide you with more relevant information such as making sure we show you the right content at the right time. We also use this information to help calculate your future quotes. This information will also be shared with our insurers for these purposes.

Data will also be used by us or your credit provider (if applicable) to administer any payments due under your policy and this will include (where necessary) sharing data relating to your payments with credit reference agencies, debt collection agencies or any financial organisations such as banks or payment providers for purposes connected with payment processing, refunds, funding or associated services.  If you have taken out credit you can find further information within the credit agreement.

Additional information about your circumstances

We collect information about you and your personal circumstances to identify and support your customer needs and to ensure we meet our regulatory responsibilities. We may record, use and share data in relation to any assistance you may require or anything that may impact how we provide our service to you and this may include information relating to any of the following; health, life events, financial circumstances, capability and capacity. This data may be provided directly by you or we may receive the data from third parties such as our suppliers or partners. Some of this data is known as Special Category Data. We may ask your consent to process and share this data, however, in some circumstances we will need to process the data to help us safeguard your wellbeing and therefore we will rely on the lawful basis of Substantial Public Interest to allow us to process the data without consent. This data assists us in identifying and providing additional support and assistance if needed, for example providing documents in an alternative format. In some cases, we may pass this information to third party suppliers or business partners to ensure they also provide an appropriate service to you. Furthermore, we may analyse this data to improve our services and better meet the needs of our customers. We may also exchange this information with other companies within the Markerstudy Group of Companies for these purposes. You can request that we amend or update the data we hold at any time.

Data protection law says that we have to tell you the legal basis on which we process your personal data.

In relation to personal data used for the purposes described in this Part 1, we process this data because it is necessary to perform the contract that we have in place with you to provide you with the quote or the policy that you have requested.

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Part 2 – Fraud Prevention

In order to prevent and detect fraud we, the credit provider and/or the insurer or the re-insurer may use the personal data set out above at any time to undertake searches to prevent fraud and money-laundering and to verify your identity. This will include checking or sharing your details with credit reference agencies and fraud prevention agencies.

If false or inaccurate information is provided or if we or a fraud prevention agency determine that you pose a fraud or money laundering risk, we may refuse to provide the services and/or financing you have requested and we may stop providing existing services to you.

A record of any fraud or money laundering risk will be retained by the fraud prevention agencies and which may be checked by other organisations for example when: checking details on applications for credit and credit related or other facilities; managing credit and credit related accounts or facilities; recovering debt and tracing beneficiaries; checking details on applications for new products and dealing with claims for all types of insurance. This may result in others refusing to provide services, financing or employment to you.

Fraud prevention agencies can hold your personal data for different periods of time, and if you are considered to pose a fraud or money laundering risk, your data can be held by them for up to six years.

In relation to personal data used for the purposes described in this Part 2, we process this data because we have a legitimate business interest in carrying out these activities to protect against fraud and because there is a substantial public interest in preventing and detecting crime including fraud.

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Part 3 – Other Uses of Data


When you request your quote you will be given an opportunity to confirm whether you are happy to receive marketing material from us. If you confirm you are happy to receive this material, we will use your postal address, email address and telephone number to send you marketing materials by post, email, telephone call or SMS. We do not pass your data to third parties for marketing purposes.

You can change your mind at any time by logging into My Account and updating your preferences. You can also unsubscribe from emails by clicking on the unsubscribe link on any marketing emails that we send you or by contacting us.

This will not impact any communications that we need to send you for the purpose of your policy, for example communications about your renewal, updates about your policy or information about any quotes we’ve provided to you.

We use the data we hold to help us understand our customer demographic to help us improve the services that we provide to you and to help us target our advertising and marketing so that we show customers adverts or marketing which may be more relevant to them. We may sometimes work with carefully selected third parties to do this for example using advertising services provided by organisations such as Google and Facebook and may share data with them to carry out this research and analysis, however will not sell your data to third parties for them to market to you.

Market Research

From time to time we may want to use your postal address, email address and/or telephone number to contact you to assist us with our research by asking you a few questions about the service you have received or by asking if you would like to complete a review of our services. We may sometimes ask market research companies to contact you on our behalf.

If you would prefer us not to contact you for market research purposes then you can let us know by contacting us.

Competitions and Special Offers

From time to time we may run promotions such as competitions or special offers. If you decide to participate in a promotion, the personal data collected as part of that promotion (such as your name, contact details and other information provided for the promotion, for example responses to any questions asked as part of the promotion) will be used to administer the promotion and your participation in it. We may need to share your data with third parties for this purpose. For example, we may need to send your contact details to our suppliers so they can send you your prize.

We may, from time to time, offer a functionality on the website to allow you to ask us to send details regarding the website to a friend. Before you provide us with your friend’s details for us to send than an email you will need to make sure you’ve checked your friend is happy for you to do this. When we email the friend we will also include your name so that they know who asked for the email to be sent.

Research and Analysis Activities

We use data relating to your quotes or your policy, including your claims history, to carry out various research and analysis activities to help us to regularly review and improve the products and services we provide and carry out research relating to underwriting, claims and pricing. We also share this data with our insurers to enable them to use this data for these purposes. Where possible, data will be shared on an anonymised basis. The data will not be used to make any decisions that will affect you or any other individual.

We also use the data that we collect about you through your website usage to carry out research and analysis into usage and activities on our website to enable us to continue to improve our website and our products and services.

In relation to personal data used for the purposes described in this Part 3, we process this data because we have a legitimate business interest in carrying out these activities to promote and improve our business. We have ensured appropriate safeguards to protect your rights when processing this data for these purposes.

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Part 4 – Special Personal Data and Criminal Convictions

In order to provide your quote and administer your policy we may ask you to provide data which data protection law classifies as “special personal data”. This includes information about your health (such as any medical conditions) or information relating to criminal convictions or alleged or actual criminal offences.

Where we collect special personal data and criminal conviction or offence data to provide you with your quote and your policy, we process this data because it is in the substantial public interest to do so for the purposes of advising on, arranging, underwriting or administering an insurance contract.

It may also be necessary for us to retain a copy of any special personal data and criminal conviction or offence data for the purpose of making or defending claims or preventing or detecting crime, including fraud.

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How long do we keep data?

We’ll only keep your personal data as long as we need it and ensure it is securely destroyed when it is no longer required. We do however need to keep certain data after your policy has ended for certain periods as detailed below.

Generally, if you take out a policy with us, you can expect us to keep your data for a period of 10 years following the end of your policy unless there is a requirement for us to keep the data for longer, for example if there are any ongoing queries or claims relating to the policy.

When you obtain a quote, if the policy is not purchased, we will not keep the data you provide for any longer than 5 years from the date of your quote.

We keep data for these periods as it plays an important part in allowing us to undertake fraud detection and prevention activities, allows us to deal with any queries or complaints that may arise regarding the quote and allow us to carry out research and analysis to help us improve our products and services (as described in the section headed “What do we use your data for?” above).

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Overseas Transfer of Data

We may use third party suppliers to process personal data about you. Some of these suppliers may be located in countries outside the UK which may not have equivalent laws in place to protect your personal data. For example, we use third party software suppliers to process data such as your IP address and email address. Our insurers may also process personal data in countries outside the UK which may not have equivalent laws in place to protect your personal data. Our insurers are data controllers in respect of any such processing.

Whenever we do use third party suppliers to process personal data about you outside the UK we will ensure that your personal data is kept securely, is only used for the purposes set out in this Privacy Policy and is afforded equivalent protection as it would be if it were processed in the UK. We do this through various mechanisms, for example making sure that European Commission approved contractual clauses are in place with the supplier or ensuring that suppliers who process personal data in the USA are signed up to the Privacy Shield arrangement. If you would like any further information please contact us using the details in the “Contacting Us” section.

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Your Rights

Data protection law gives you various rights in relation to your personal data. All the rights set out below can be exercised by contacting us using the contact details set out under the “Contacting us” section below. Those rights include:-

  • You have the right to ask us to provide a copy of the personal data that we hold about you. This is called a Data Subject Access Request or “DSAR”.
  • You can access information about your policy and your policy documents by logging into your My Account. If you want to receive other personal data that BISL Limited holds then please contact us using the contact details below. When contacting us please describe the information you require and include the following: your full name, your date of birth, your full address and your quote/policy number. For security purposes we may need to ask you for further information to verify your identity. If you require information sending to different contact details to those held on your policy please include a copy of your passport or driving licence and proof of address such as a recent utility bill to assist us in verifying your identity. We might also need to ask you for additional information to help us locate the data that you are looking for.
  • Once we have all the information that we need to process your DSAR, we will respond within one month unless your DSAR is very large or complex, in which case we may need to extend this period. If we need to do this we will let you know.
  • If you want to make a DSAR in relation to personal data that is held by the insurer of your policy then you will need to contact the insurer directly. You can find their details in your policy documents.

With effect from 25 May 2018 data protection law provides you with the following rights:

  • You have the right to ask us to correct inaccurate personal data that we hold about you. If you think any of your personal data is inaccurate, please contact us and, provided we can verify your identity and are satisfied as to the accuracy of the correction requested, we will correct the relevant personal data as soon as we can.
  • You have the right to request that we provide a copy of your personal data in a machine readable format or to ask us to send your personal data to another company. This applies to personal data that you have provided to us, which we have processed electronically, such as data you entered on our website when you obtained a quote.
  • You also have the right to ask us to delete personal data that we hold about you. We are obliged to delete personal data in some circumstances, such as where it is no longer needed. However, data protection laws allow us to keep the personal data if we need to, for example if the data is needed to allow us to administer your policy or if the data is needed for fraud prevention. In any case, we will retain your personal data in line with the retention periods detailed under “How long do we keep data?” above.
  • You have the right to ask us not to do anything with your personal data except store it in limited circumstances, such as if you and we do not agree on the accuracy of personal data and steps are required to validate it.
  • You have the right to object to us processing certain personal data about you. For example, you can ask us to stop processing data for marketing or market research purposes. However, where we need to continue to process the personal data, for example to administer your policy or for fraud prevention purposes, we are not obliged to stop processing it.
  • You have the right to ask to review significant decisions that we have made about you wholly by automated means. The nature of the quotes that we provide to you means that we have to use this kind of automated decision making in relation to your personal data (including special categories of personal data) to assess your quotes. This means that our computers will consider lots of different pieces of information about you and about the policy you have requested (such as information about your vehicle) in order to calculate whether or not we are able to offer you a quote, at what price this should be and whether we can offer you a credit agreement to pay for your premium. Automated decision making will be used when you request a quote, when we are considering whether we can offer you a renewal quote and also if any changes are made to your policy. We may also use automated decision making to decide if you pose a fraud or money laundering risk. If you ask us to review the decision, we will make sure that it is examined by a human and we will confirm the outcome to you. This does not necessarily mean that the decision will be changed.

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Contacting us about data

If you would like to contact us about one of your data rights set out under “Your Rights” above, then please contact or write to Data Requests, BGL Customer Services, Fusion House, Bretton Way, Bretton, Peterborough, PE3 8BG. You can use these details to contact BISL Limited, BFSL Limited or ACM ULR Limited which are all part of the Markerstudy Group.

If you have any other queries or concerns about this Privacy Policy, or if you would like to contact the Data Protection Officer for BISL Limited, BFSL Limited or ACM URL Limited, you can email or write to the Data Protection Officer at Fusion House, Katharine Way, Bretton, Peterborough, PE3 8BG. Please make sure you include details of the product and brand that you are contacting the Data Protection Officer about in your email.

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Information Commissioner’s Office

If you have a complaint regarding how your personal data has been processed by us then please contact us first using the complaints procedure set out below:

Service Standards

We aim to provide a high level of service to all our customers but occasionally things can go wrong, when this happens we will do everything we can to put things right.

Complaints Procedure

If you have a complaint about our service or your policy, please contact us first by phone and if after talking to us you are still not happy please write to our Customer Relations Manager at the address shown below. Should you wish to use an alternative means of communication, we are happy on request to correspond with you by e-mail.

For the purposes of handling complaints our working day is 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday, not including Bank Holidays.

By telephone – Please ring 0345 073 1002 and you will be put through to the Customer Service Team. We will attempt to resolve your complaint within 24 hours. If this does not happen we will agree your next step with you.

In writing – Please address your letter to:

The Customer Relations Manager

Fusion House

Bretton Way,



Please include details of your name and address, a contact telephone number, your policy or quote number and details of why you are unhappy. This will help us to respond to you as quickly as possible. If we do not have enough information to investigate your complaint we will contact you to ask you for further details.

We aim to resolve your complaint within 24 hours. If your complaint is not resolved to your satisfaction within 24 hours, we will send you a written acknowledgement, together with the next steps, by email, within 3 business days and our final response as soon as our investigation is complete.

In the unlikely event that your complaint remains unresolved four weeks after being made, we will send you a letter, by email, explaining why we are not yet able to resolve your complaint and advise you when we will be in contact again.

If after eight weeks of making your complaint, you have not received our final response letter, or, on receipt of our final response, you are not satisfied with the way the complaint has been resolved, you may refer the matter to the Financial Ombudsman Service. This must be completed within six months of receipt of our final response letter.

For more information please go to

For full details of our complaints handling process please see the section marked ‘Customer Information’ in your main policy documentation.

You also have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office, which regulates data protection compliance. You can find more information by visiting their website

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