And now for some good advice...

I agree with all the points made in the newsstory ‘Flat owners at risk of having dualinsurance’ (Insurance Age, December 2006),however, again it is a matter of when a client‘goes direct’ they receive little in the way ofprofessional advice and, as in this example, theadvice can be wrong.

I feel that it is a matter for the FinancialServices Authority (FSA) to investigate, asthe FSA is there to protect the public andnot leave customers to their own devices– but there

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