Ombudsman expects complaints about hollowed out insurance


The Financial Ombudsman Service is bracing for more complaints next year from consumers who didn’t realise cheaper insurance premiums often result in reduced cover.

In the ombudsman’s 2024 to 2025 Plans and Budget consultation paper published today (6 December), the service sets out how it will manage to slash case fees in the next financial year even though it

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