Re: Insurance in Europe
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We are all certainly entitled to our own opinions. I have great respect for Bill’s insight and experience. It was hard-earned.
On the other hand, my background gives me the desire for all available data.
I agree that there are two sides to every story, and I appreciate that, but I think, in my years on the planet, I’ve been able to glean information from both overly good, and overly bad reviews.
I believe in sharing experience and information, and let the user sort it to their best ability.
In my humble opinion, I believe censorship of data, positive, or negative, does a disservice to the community as a whole.
In my specific case, I’ve heard nothing but positive about Pantaenius UK. Sadly, I’ve read the opposite, too many times, about Pantaenius USA. (Yes, they are great at giving quotes)
Believe me, I want to believe the USA company will give excellent claim service, especially since their quote is the most competitive. I haven’t given up on them yet.
I’m at the stage in my life, though, where value supersedes price (as evidence of that, we’re buying a new Amel!). So I do want as much information, both positive and negative, to make the best, most informed decision possible.
I’m sure most of us would too. How can we make educated decisions, with carefully filtered information? Hiding information because it doesn’t meet someone’s particular standard smacks of dishonesty to me. But that’s just my own opinion. You are welcome to disagree.
Amel 50, #27