If you remember a few weeks ago I applied to the affiliate scheme for Direct Line Insurance, the company who paid out the wrong person after my car was stolen and then recovered, and placed a stolen car marker on it refusing to release it for over a year. Consequently my car was in limbo while I continued to pay the loan on it and Direct Line refused to speak to me, save for to insist I hand the car over to them.
Well they refused this website’s entry into their affiliate scheme, which at least shows they pay attention when someone is going to ridicule them some more.
Royal & SunAlliance on the other hand, owned by More Than Insurance, haven’t been quite so careful. I’ve just been accepted into the More Than affiliate scheme, so can monetise my Royal & SunAlliance blogs with More Than adverts.
In case you’re unfamiliar where Royal & SunAlliance come into this, they’re the company who should have fixed my car after it had been recovered, and still haven’t done it some 15 months later.
If you would like a full recap on just how Direct Line Insurance and Royal & SunAlliance have cocked up simply read all of the blogs under the stolen car tag.