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    bunkx is online now Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect. It means that you've decided to look beyond the imperfections
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    I'm with Rac I pay $56 a month for $60000 contents & $7500 in jewelry which is covered in & out of the home.

    I have a $200 excess I'm covered for fire, flood & theft

    I love being with Rac as you get a lot of discounts at lost of different shops that I shop at

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    I'm with nrma and covered for 84k plus 20k portable items (wedding rings etc) so if it slips off our finger while out its covered and it costs us 41 a month with a 300 excess

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    I'm with nrma and covered for 84k plus 20k portable items (wedding rings etc) so if it slips off our finger while out its covered and it costs us 41 a month with a 300 excess.

    Don't forget it also depends on where u live. Before we moved it was 70 a month because where we lived was prone to flooding and theft

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    I've done some training in insurance sales and we were told with contents you should look at it like if you turned your house upside down everything that would fall should be insured, but having said that floorcoverings need to be included too.

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    $100k which would cover all furniture and white goods and the bigger things as well as all the clothing, linen, manchester and everything else, it also covers contents of the fridge/freezer so if there's an extended power outage it's covered. That's through Comminsure.

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    My contents are insured for $27k and I pay $20ish a month with nrma.


 

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