Has anyone used Canadian Direct Insurance and experienced any issues or problems?

Has anyone used Canadian Direct Insurance and experienced any issues or problems?

They offer great rates for auto insurance but before considering switching to them I'-m curious as to whether other people in Alberta or British Columbia have had pleasant or unpleasant experiences with them.

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I don't know anything about that particular company, but you could probably check their stability with A.M. Best or Standard & Poor's.Does your province have an Insurance Regulator? You may be able to check with them for consumer complaints against the company.Source(s):http://www.auto-insurance-helper.com

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