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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-01-2022, 10:19 Thread Starter
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Used A Nationwide feedback form on their website to tell them that the upcoming changes are not suitable for my needs so will be closing account when I get suitable alternative insurances

Anyone have a better means of getting in touch with relevant department within Nationwide Building Soc to see if we can get this changed

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https://www.nationwide.co.uk/-/asset...nce-policy.pdf

https://www.nationwide.co.uk/-/asset...rance-ipid.pdf


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Same source as original post contacted Nationwide and have now been advised by email that the wording was an error, see email attached.

Suspect they’ve noticed the impact and have revised their plan.

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Same source as original post contacted Nationwide and have now been advised by email that the wording was an error, see email attached.

Suspect they’ve noticed the impact and have revised their plan.

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Still no use for us as the max length for recovery in Europe is 8m, which we are over.

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I would contact Nationwide and bring this limit to their attention , I read on a thread on some other forum or perhaps Facebook that Nationwide were considering an additional payment to provide european cover for over 8m’s
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