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The recent Coronavirus outbreak is unprecedented, and we understand you might have questions about your insurance cover. We’re doing our best to answer as many calls as we can while keeping our people safe – but call times are longer than usual. Please bear with us. If you need to […]

The recent Coronavirus outbreak is unprecedented, and we understand you might have questions about your insurance cover. We’re doing our best to answer as many calls as we can while keeping our people safe – but call times are longer than usual. Please bear with us.

If you need to speak to us urgently, please check our Coronavirus hub first. You might find the answer to your question here 👉🏻 https://bddy.me/3bw9sVb. We’ll be updating these FAQs regularly.

If you need to make a claim, you can do this on the below links.

AXA travel insurance 👉🏻 https://bddy.me/2wslikj
AXA car insurance 👉🏻 https://bddy.me/2JbszHV
AXA home insurance 👉🏻 https://bddy.me/2UzpGpE

We also underwrite travel insurance policies for a few different insurers in the UK, so make sure you use the right one! And if yours isn’t listed here, comment below and we’ll point you in the right direction.

Coverwise travel insurance 👉🏻 https://bddy.me/33MhS86
Bank of Scotland travel insurance 👉🏻 https://bddy.me/2y3xYhH
Lloyds bank travel insurance 👉🏻 https://bddy.me/3bnwFbV
Halifax travel insurance 👉🏻 https://bddy.me/3dvyxkQ
AA travel insurance, Cuvva travel insurance, Endsleigh travel insurance, Freedom travel insurance, Go Travel travel insurance, Sunworld travel insurance or TUI travel insurance 👉🏻
https://bddy.me/3dqdJv7

And you can also view, update and amend your policy and payment information, without needing to call, in your online account. You can log in here 👉🏻 https://bddy.me/2y65aVT. Or if you’ve got AXA landlord insurance, you can log in here 👉🏻 https://bddy.me/3bov3yt

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