Customer trust in the home and motor insurance market has fallen according to a paper published by research agency Consumer Intelligence.
The total trust score for home insurers as a whole has slipped to 7.7 this year from 8.0 previously while for motor the score has dropped to 7.7 from 7.9. The average trust score for the top 10 in home was 8.1 and 8.0 in motor. Nearly 50,000 customers were asked to rank providers.
Ian Hughes, Consumer Intelligence chief executive, said: “There is a
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