Should you really pay £4 to insure theatre tickets or £4.80 to cover a gift you pop in the post? As firms offer ever more bizarre policies, are ANY worth it?

There was once a time when the only insurance you could buy was for your car, home, life and maybe a holiday.
Policies were supposed to be a lifeline in the event that disaster struck and an unforeseen circumstance left you drastically out of pocket.
But after squeezing as much money as possible out of these customers, insurers have started to look at other ways they can cash in on the way we live our lives.
These days firms are flogging cover for anything and everything — from the risk that your suitcase might bump someone on the head during a coach journey to payouts for damaged parcels.... read more

11 May 2016 in Business, Views: 43
Source: Daily Mail

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