Biker Rescue

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Robbo87
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Biker Rescue

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Just received an email promoting 'Biker Rescue - a new service' so passing the info' on for interest, I expect most ex MCE policyholders will have seen this also.
I phoned the number given (01933 351511) and got confirmation that you do not have to be a MCE policyholder to use this service.

This is the essence of the service (copied from their email): Don't settle for second best when it comes to making a claim
As a previous MCE Insurance customer we are delighted to offer you access to a brand new and exciting non-fault claims service called Biker Rescue.

If you suffer a non-fault claim call Biker Rescue and we can introduce you to the industries leading non-fault motorcycle claims specialists.


And here's a link explaining more: https://mailchi.mp/mceinsurance/introdu ... dbbb58445e
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It's just claim chasers and probably linked to 4th dimension.
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i unfortunately had a couple of policies with mce when they turned up there toes, i don't think i would chance venturing anywhere near them again. bunch of..................
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Re: Biker Rescue

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Like a few others on SWB, I was with the old MCE when they went to the wall in November last year; to be fair to the administrators I did get refunded the balance of my premium dosh. The new MCE have though, imo, made a fundamental error by using the same name. Have they never heard of the phrase 'Guilty by association'?
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