Monday, 20 February 2012

Lloyds TSB and Halifx Leaving Pets in the Lurch


It was recently announced that both Lloyds TSB and Halifax have made the decision to leave the pet insurance market.  Customers policies will still be honoured until expiration.  This does not extend to "cover for life" customers leaving thousands of responsible pet owners, who decided to take precautions in case their pets developed a long term health problem, in the lurch.  No other company will cover pets with pre-existing conditions leaving animals with cancer, diabetes, heart problems, skin problems and epilepsy in danger of being euthanised if their owners are unable to afford the vets bills, this is very likely to be the case in when considering the current state of the economic climate.

Lloyds TSB and Halifax have blood on their hands and are making pets pay the price for their bad judgement.  If they are allowed to get away with this there is a strong chance that other insurers will follow suit.

Please visit the cold.wet.nose blog where there is more information about how to help with this campaign including template letters, Twitter and Facebook avatars, and flyers to print and distribute.
Beverly Cuddy, the author of the blog has also set up a Facebook group which you can join here for all the latest news and updates.  Please ask your friends to join too.

Whether you bank with Lloyds TSB or Halifax or would consider banking with them in the future please do drop them a line, it took less than 10 minutes for me to type out a quick letter and cold.wet.nose blog has an excellent template that you can print out, sign and send or make some changes before sending if you wish.

If you have been affected by this please contact Beverley at 
and she will be able to point you in the right direction for some free advice.

Don't forget to share this with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter as they too could be customers of Lloyds TSB or Halifax.

Thank you.

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