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    MCE insurance gone belly up

    I hope not too many of you fellas are insured by MCN. I’ve just heard they’ve gone busy and ceasing all cover on 31st.

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    Re: MCE insurance gone belly up

    Sure enough !... https://www.fscs.org.uk/making-a-cla...mce-insurance/

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    Re: MCE insurance gone belly up

    Interesting. UK based broker arm (MCE UK) still in business but now with different insurer / underwriter (Sabre). Existing policies underwritten by Gibralter based MCE Insurance Company Limited will end on Jan 14th.

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    Re: MCE insurance gone belly up

    I have my road bike insured with them. Policy force ending on Jan 31, have to get a refund from fscs

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    Re: MCE insurance gone belly up

    Bummer. Had you much time jeft to run on it? Have MCE offered cover with their new underwriter after 31 Jan?
    Last edited by Flyingscotsman; 13th January 2022 at 09:20 AM.

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    Re: MCE insurance gone belly up

    No idea to be honest, I haven't used a road bike in 2 years or so. I'm selling it now anyway.
    Last edited by bmwbadboy; 14th January 2022 at 08:57 AM.

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