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Demands and Needs Statement – Flashguard

For those eligible, Flashguard meets the demands and needs of those who wish to ensure access to alternative means of transport in the event of being prevented from driving through disqualification due to speeding or ‘totting up’ convictions.

   

ST CHRISTOPHER FLASHGUARD - POLICY SUMMARY

This is a Policy Summary of the Flashguard Policy provided by Isle of Man Assurance Limited.

This summary does not contain the full terms and conditions of the insurance contract, which can be found in the policy document or are available upon request. This summary should be supplied to all policyholders of group policies.

Flashguard is designed to provide funding for alternative transport arrangements in the event of you being prevented from driving as the result of disqualification as a result of a speeding offence or under the “totting up” rules.

The Policy is for a period of one year.

Main Features and Benefits

The Flashguard policy provides benefits in the event of: -
Disqualification as the result of a speeding offence or under the “totting up” rules.

Disqualification funding in respect of those clients with 9 penalty points current or pending at the inception of the policy is limited to £3,000 per annum.

Main Exclusions and Limitations

  • Cover is only available to persons aged 19 or over who hold and have held a current full driving licence valid in the UK, CI or IOM, for a period of at least two years with no more than nine current or pending penalty points.
  • Cover will not include disqualification imposed as a direct result of drink or drug related offences or for dangerous or reckless driving.
  • Benefits are paid for a maximum period of twelve months from the date of disqualification. 
  • Flashguard funding is limited to £6,000 per annum.
  • Flashguard+ funding is limited to £12,000 per annum.
  • Maximum benefit payable if you have 9 points on your licence on acceptance will not exceed £3000 per annum.
  • Policyholders are required to notify the Insurer, in writing, within 30 days of any incident which may give rise to a claim under this Policy.

Cooling Off Period and Cancellation Rights: You will have a 14-day period, commencing when you receive your documents in which to cancel your cover and get all your money back (as long as you have not made a claim).

Claims:  Should you wish to make a claim please write to Isle of Man Assurance Limited, Hope Street, Douglas, Isle of Man IM1 1AP or telephone 01624 681200.

Complaints: If you have a complaint regarding the service received from IOMA, please contact the Compliance Department.  Complaints that cannot be settled can be referred to the Financial Services Ombudsman Scheme for the Isle of Man.  Copies of IOMA’s internal complaints handling procedures are available upon request.

This insurance is underwritten by Isle of Man Assurance Limited (“IOMA”), of IOMA House, Hope Street, Douglas, Isle of Man. IOMA is authorised by the Isle of Man Government Insurance and Pensions Authority. IOMA is not subject to the same regulatory system as that applicable in the United Kingdom. Holders of policies issued by IOMA will not be protected by the United Kingdom Financial Services Compensation Scheme if IOMA should become unable to meet its liabilities. IOMA is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority. IOMA is a member of the London Insurance and Reinsurance Marketing Association.


 
  1. DEFINITIONS 

    The Insurer… …shall mean Isle of Man Assurance Limited. (IOMA)

    The Insured……shall mean the person or Company named as such in the schedule hereto..

    The Schedule……shall mean the document which gives details of the cover you have purchased.

    " Motor vehicle" shall mean:

    (i) a motor vehicle  

     which is constructed for the carriage of passengers and their effects and is adapted to carry not more than seven passengers and does not exceed 3500kgs, of which the Insured is the owner or which he/she is authorised to drive, but shall not include any such motor vehicle which is at any time used for hire or reward;

    And/or

    (ii) a Motor Cycle 

    shall mean a mechanically propelled vehicle, with or without a sidecar, with fewer than four wheels of which the weight unladen does not exceed 410 kilograms.

     "Member state of the European Union"

    shall mean those states which are for the time being members of the European Union other than the United Kingdom but excluding any overseas territories belonging to such member state.

    THE POLICY WORDING.

    In consideration of the Insured having submitted an Application which has been accepted by the Insurer which is incorporated in and forms part of the Policy, and the Insured having paid the appropriate premium shown in the Schedule hereto, the Insurer agrees to indemnify the Insured as hereinafter provided in accordance with and subject to the Terms, Conditions and Exclusions set out herein. 

    The Insurer will indemnify the Insured in respect of alternative travel costs incurred by the Insured for a period not exceeding twelve months, if, during the Period of Insurance stated in the Schedule, the Insured has been temporarily or permanently prevented from driving as a result of Disqualification or Injury or Loss of Use (see Schedule for relevant benefits).

    PROVIDED THAT

    (i) the Insurer shall only indemnify the Insured for alternative travel costs incurred whilst the Insured is temporarily or permanently prevented from driving and PROVIDED FURTHER that the Insured shall supply to the Insurer such evidence as the Insurer may require of the period of disqualification or incapacitating injury and the travel costs incurred;

    (ii) the Insurer shall only be liable to pay for the travel costs incurred under one Section of this policy in respect of any one claim or in respect of any one incident or a series of incidents arising out of any one event and PROVIDED FURTHER that the Insurer’s maximum liability shall not exceed the Maximum Benefit stated in the Schedule;

    (iii) if the period of disqualification or incapacity is less than twelve months, the Insurer’s liability shall not exceed the sum that represents the same daily proportion of the Maximum Benefit stated in the Schedule as the period of disqualification or incapacity bears to twelve months;                   

    (iv) "alternative travel costs" shall not include any alternative travel costs which in the opinion of the Insurer would have been incurred by the Insured irrespective of such disqualification or incapacitating injury;

    SECTION 1 – DISQUALIFICATION          (Driverguard and Flashguard Policies)

     … of a temporary nature arising under the legislation for the time being in force in the United Kingdom (or any part thereof), the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man arising out of either a single offence of speeding or out of the disqualification by addition of points endorsed on your driving licence (totting up) either by a court or administratively under fixed penalty schemes

     PROVIDED THAT:

    the incident from which the claim arises occurs whilst the Insured was driving or in control of a motor vehicle or motor cycle of which he/she was the owner or which he/she was authorised to drive. If an incident shall occur during the Period of Insurance but the Insured is disqualified from driving as a result of such incident after the Period of Insurance then provided that the Insured shall have notified the incident to the Insurer in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Policy, then such disqualification shall for the purposes of this Policy be deemed to have occurred during the Period of Insurance;

    CONDITIONS (Disqualification)

    (a) If an Insured person is disqualified from driving for speeding or by addition of penalty points under the legislation for the time being in force in the United Kingdom (or any part thereof, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man, he/she shall not requalify for the cover provided under this Section of the Policy until the expiration of the disqualification period.

    (b)  If during the period of insurance the insured becomes liable for disqualification arising out of either one single offence of speeding or as a result of the adding together (totting up) of penalty points endorsed upon the driving licence of the insured by a court or as a result of a fixed penalty and would if disqualified be entitled to benefit under this Policy and he/she is instead of disqualification offered the opportunity to attend a Speed Awareness Course or Road Safety Course run by any Police Force, Local Authority or recognised and designated course provider as an alternative to prosecution or fixed penalty, the insured must accept the offer of attendance and attend and satisfactorily complete the said course, for which the insured shall be entitled to claim the cost of attending the course under this Policy. But if the insured refuses or neglects to so attend the course so offered or shall attend and not complete the course or shall not pass the course to the satisfaction of the Police Force, Local Authority or recognised  or designated course provider, he/she shall not be entitled to any benefit under the policy for any disqualification so arising.

    (c) Where the Insured has nominated in writing a person to act as a driver in the event of a claim: 

    (i) the Insurer may, instead of accepting such persons, nominate a person of the Insurer’s own choice;

    (ii) the Insured shall produce to the Insurer such documentation to confirm that the driver has been employed by the Insured and that the Insured is complying with all taxation and National Insurance regulations as may be in force;

    (iii) the Insurer may require such documentation to confirm that monies claimed by the Insured have been passed to the driver. 

    (iv) the Insured shall produce such substantiation as to confirm that the persons/companies used to maintain his/her mobility are licensed and insured for the purpose of providing vehicles and drivers for hire and gain.

    (d) Where the Insured is using methods of transportation other than a person to act as driver in the event of a claim the Insured shall obtain all relevant receipts and produce an account listing the daily use and cost of journeys made;

    CLAIMS (Disqualification)

    To claim under this section the Insured will be asked to complete and submit a claim form available from the Insurer, as well as a copy of their driving licence and Notice of Disqualification.

    EXCLUSIONS (Disqualification)

    The Insurer shall be under no liability;

    (a) if the Insured has at the commencement of this Policy:

    (i) had his/her driving licence endorsed with more than nine penalty points (or whatever number of penalty points have been accepted by the insurer) or has been served with a Notice of Intended Prosecution or other process alleging an offence which may on conviction result in his/her penalty points exceeding the number declared and accepted;

     (ii) during the previous 12 months been disqualified from driving for any reason in any jurisdiction;

    (b) for that period of disqualification which exceeds twelve months;

    (c) for alternative travel costs incurred as a result of the Insured being temporarily or permanently prevented from driving following a conviction for driving or being in charge of a motor vehicle or motor cycle whilst unfit through drink or drugs or with excess alcohol or for failing to provide a specimen of breath, blood or urine for analysis or dangerous or reckless driving, or using a vehicle uninsured against third party risks, or if any endorsements (totting up points) contributing to disqualification include conviction for any of the above,  whether or not such conviction is the sole reason for disqualification.

    Refer also to General Claims, Exclusions and Conditions.

    SECTION 2 – INJURY           (Driverguard Policies only)

     …providing cover for incapacitating injury caused by accidental external forcible or violent visible means excluding any injuries sustained while in control of or as a passenger on a motor cycle.

    Exclusions (Injury)

    The Insurer shall be under no liability

    (a) for incapacity for any period which exceeds twelve months;

    (b) if the Insured was incapacitated or had any physical or mental defects or infirmity which was known or ought to have been known to the Insured prior to commencement of the Policy unless it had been declared to and accepted in writing by the Insurer;

    (c) if the Insured’s incapacity was caused by a medical condition;

    (d) for any other mental illness or defect or emotional disturbance;

    (e) for injury sustained while the Insured was:

    (i) riding or a passenger on a motor cycle

    (ii) under the influence of drugs or alcohol unless it is established by the Insured that the drug was taken in accordance with medical prescription or directions and not for the treatment of drug or alcohol addiction;

    (iii) flying or taking part in aerial activities, except while travelling in a fully licensed passenger carrying aircraft as a passenger and not as aircrew, nor for the purpose of any trade or technical operation in or on the aircraft;

    (iv) taking part in any professional sport.

    (e) for injury occasioned by, happening through or in consequence of:

    (i) war, invasion, civil disorder, act of foreign enemy, terrorism, hostilities (whether war be declared or not) civil war, rebellion, revolution, insurrection or military or usurped power;

    (ii) attempted suicide of the Insured or self-inflicted injury or self- exposure to needless peril (except in an attempt to save human life).

    CLAIMS (Injury)

     Where a claim is made by the Insured arising out of incapacitating injury as covered under this Section of this Policy, the Insured shall produce to the Insurer, at his/her own expense, a claim form/certificate as specified by the Insurer to be completed and signed by a Registered Medical Practitioner, certifying his/her injuries, the date that such injuries were sustained and advising as to the period during which the Insured is likely to be prevented from driving. The Insured shall, if so required, upon an agreed date make himself/herself available for a medical examination by a doctor nominated by the Insurer.

    Refer also to General Claims, Exclusions and Conditions.




SECTION 3 – EMERGENCY FUNDS     (Driverguard  policies only)

If, during the course of a journey, the Insured shall lose the use of the motor vehicle or motor cycle which he/she was driving or in control of in a motor accident or as a result of theft or vandalism occurring in the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man or a member state of the European Union, during the Period of Insurance, the Insurer shall indemnify the Insured in respect of the necessary travel expenses incurred by the Insured to complete the journey by public transport or reasonable emergency accommodation expenses PROVIDED THAT:

(a) the motor accident or theft or vandalism is the subject of a valid motor insurance claim by the Insured;

(b) the Insurer’s maximum liability in respect of any Period of Insurance shall not exceed the Maximum Benefit stated in the Schedule.

Refer also to General Claims, Exclusions and Conditions.

SECTION 4 – LOSS OF USE       (Driverguard policies only)

If the Insured shall lose the use of the motor vehicle or motor cycle which he/she was driving or in control of in consequence of a motor accident or of theft or vandalism occurring in the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man or a member state of the European Union, during the Period of Insurance PROVIDED THAT such accident, theft or vandalism is the subject of a motor insurance claim by the Insured, the Insurer shall indemnify the Insured for the costs incurred by the Insured for the hire of a self-drive vehicle for the period that the motor vehicle or motor cycle is not in use PROVIDED THAT:

(a) the period of hiring does not exceed 27 consecutive days (after the first three days of hire) or until the discharge of any claim made to the Insured’s motor insurer or until the discharge of the motor vehicle by the Insured’s motor repairers, whichever period is the lesser;

(b) the Insured shall bear the cost of the first three days of any such period of hiring;

(c) the Insured shall take action to ensure that repairs are commenced and completed as quickly as reasonably possible;

(d) the Insurer’s maximum liability in respect of any one claim shall not exceed the Maximum Benefit stated in the Schedule;

(e) PROVIDED THAT no more than two claims shall be accepted in any Period of Insurance;

CLAIMS (Loss of Use)

Where a claim is made by the Insured under this Section of this Policy, the Insured shall supply to the Insurer all such invoices and other information requested by the Insurer to verify the claim and the amount of the claim including a completed claim form (available from the Insurer), together with verification that the loss or incident was reported to the police and the Insured’s motor insurers.

Refer also to General Claims, Exclusions and Conditions.

CLAIMS  (ALL SECTIONS). 

1. The Insured shall within 30 days of an incident which may give rise to a claim under this Policy give notice in writing to the Insurer of said incident or upon the receipt of a Complaint, Summons, Notice of Prosecution or other communications concerning proceedings for an offence which may result in the penalty points endorsable on his/her licence totalling twelve or more, and within seven days of request by the Insurer provide such details and documents in connection therewith as the Insurer may require. Such notification shall be sent to Isle of Man Assurance Limited, at the address shown on the Schedule. If such notice is not received by the Insurer within the specified time the Insurer shall be under no obligation to pay any claim or benefits arising from such incident.

2. The Insurer shall be entitled, at any time, to require the Insured to provide at his/her expense such evidence as the Insurer may require of any disqualification, accident, injury or other matter relating to any claim.

3.  In the event of any claim in accordance with the conditions of this Policy, the Insured shall, at the request and expense of the Insurer, take or permit to be taken all such steps as may reasonably be required by the Insurer for the purpose of enforcing any rights against or of obtaining any relief or indemnity from any person, to which the Insurer shall, upon providing to the Insured any such payment, become entitled by subrogation.

4.  If, at the time of any claim under this Policy, there be any other insurance effected by or on behalf of the Insured, (or which would be effective but for the existence of this Policy) covering similar benefits insured hereunder the liability of the Insurer shall be limited to the extent of any excess beyond the amount payable (or the amount which would have become payable) under such other insurance.

5. In the event of any claim made under this Policy the Insurer reserves the right to charge the Policyholder higher renewal premiums

GENERAL  EXCLUSIONS

The insurer shall be under no liability,

1. In the respect of the insured if he/she;

(a) … has not attained the age of 19 years (Flashguard policies) or 21 years (all other policies) unless otherwise agreed; and

(b) … is not the holder of a full driving licence valid in the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man; and

(c) … has not held a full driving licence valid in the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man for a period of at least two years; and

(d) … is not resident in the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man.

Or

(e) … does not hold a full motor cycle driving licence valid in the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man and he/she has not held such licence for a period of at least two years.

2. Unless the incident from which any claim arises occurs: 

(a) within the Period of Insurance; and

(b) at a time when the Insured has duly paid all premiums due to the Insurer. 

3. In respect of any claim arising outside the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man or a member state of the European Union. 

4. In respect of any claim arising from travel to a territory contrary to the advice of the Foreign Office. 

GENERAL CONDITIONS 

1. The Proposal and Declaration made by the Insured are the basis of and shall form part of this Policy.

2. Liability of the Insurer hereunder shall be conditional upon the Insured observing the terms and conditions of this Policy. The Policy and Schedule attaching hereto are to be read as one contract. 

3. Any material alteration which is likely to affect the risk must be advised to the insurers immediately. Failure to disclose all material facts could result in the policy being invalidated.

4. The Insurer may cancel this Policy by giving 15 days written notice by recorded delivery letter to the Insured at his/her last known address. In such event the premium for the period up to the date when the cancellation takes effect shall be calculated and the Insurer shall return any unearned portion of the premium paid to the Insured unless the Policy is cancelled because of the submission of a false or fraudulent claim by the Insured when no refund of premium will be made.

5. If the premium due hereunder (whether paid annually, quarterly or monthly) remains unpaid after the date upon which it, or any part of it, becomes due and payable (whether or not demanded by the Insurer,) this Policy shall be deemed to be cancelled forthwith. 

6. This Policy is not transferable and no premium or portion of a premium paid by the Insured is refundable….(except under General Conditions clause 4 above)

7. If the Insured shall give false or misleading information to the Insurer at any time, this Policy shall become void and the Insured shall forfeit all privileges and entitlements under this Policy and shall have no claim whatsoever against the Insurer. 

8. If the Insured shall make any claim knowing the same to be fraudulent as regard to amount or otherwise, this Policy shall become void and all claims hereunder shall be forfeited.

9. Headings are included in this Policy for ease of reference only and shall not affect the interpretation thereof.

10. Payment to the Insured by the Insurer for an insured benefit shall be a valid discharge of the Insurer’s liability. 

11. Any word or expression in this Policy to which a specific meaning has been given shall bear that meaning wherever it appears and unless otherwise stated references to statutory provisions and other legislation are references to the statutes of the United Kingdom Parliament.

12. The Insurer will give notice of renewal in writing at least 21 days prior to the renewal date and, unless the policyholder requests otherwise in writing, will automatically renew policies paid for by direct debit or standing order.

13. The Insurer reserves the right not to offer renewal of any Policy

14 The declarations made by the Insured whether verbal, via the Internet or written are the basis of and are incorporated in this contract. 

15. This Policy shall be subject to and construed in accordance with the laws of the Isle of Man..

16. For further information, or if you wish to complain about any aspect of the service you have received, please contact Isle of Man Assurance Limited. If your complaint is not dealt with to your satisfaction you can complain to the Isle of Man Financial Services Ombudsman. Copies of our complaints handling procedure are available on request.

17. This insurance is underwritten by Isle of Man Assurance Limited (“IOMA”), of IOMA House, Hope Street, Douglas, Isle of Man. IOMA is authorised by the Isle of Man Government Insurance and Pensions Authority. IOMA is not subject to the same regulatory system as that applicable in the United Kingdom. Holders of policies issued by IOMA will not be protected by the United Kingdom Financial Services Compensation Scheme if IOMA should become unable to meet its liabilities. IOMA is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority. IOMA is a member of the London Insurance and Reinsurance Marketing Association.

 

(Rev 6. 01.05.08)

 

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Isle of Man Assurance
  1. The Financial Services Authority (FSA)

    The FSA is the independent watchdog that regulates financial services. It requires us to give you this document. Use this information to decide if our services are right for you.

  2. Whose products do we offer?

    We offer our own products as an insurance product provider. We offer both Life Assurance Products and General Insurance products.

  3. Which service will we provide you with?

    You will not receive advice or a recommendation from us.

  4. What will you have to pay for our services?

    As a product provider we do not charge fees for our services however our charges are applied to the policy as part of the premium.

  5. Who regulates us?

    Isle of Man Assurance Limited is regulated by the Financial Services Authority for UK business. Our FSA Register Number is 142307.

    Our permitted business in respect of General Insurance business is arranging deals in non investment insurance contracts and dealing as an agent in non investment insurance contracts.

    The Financial Services Authority does not supervise the management and solvency of Isle of Man Assurance Limited, who are not subject to the same regulatory system as that applicable in the United Kingdom .

    You can check this on the FSA's Register by visiting the FSA's website www.fsa.gov.uk/register or by contacting the FSA on 0845 606 1234.

    IOMA Limited is an Isle of Man company authorized by the Isle of Man Government Insurance and Pensions Authority.

  6. What to do if you have a complaint?

    If you wish to register a complaint please contact us:

    In writing The Compliance Director, Isle of Man Assurance Limited, IOMA House, Hope Street , Douglas, Isle of Man , IM1 1AP .

    By Phone 01624 681200

    If you cannot settle your complaint with us, you cannot refer it to the Financial Ombudsman Service in the UK . However, you may have a right of referral to the Isle of Man Ombudsman - the Isle of Man Financial Services Ombudsman Scheme.

  7. Are we covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme? (FSCS)

    We are not covered by the FSCS which is the UK scheme.


Web site User Agreement

General
Isle of Man Assurance owns and operates this website. For the purposes of these Terms and Conditions "We", "Our" and "Us" refers to IOMA Limited. Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully before using this Web site. Your use of this Web site indicates your agreement to be bound by these Terms and Conditions.

Proprietary Rights
Any trade marks, copyright, database rights and other intellectual property rights in the materials on this Web sit together with the underlying software code are owned either directly by Us or by Our licensors. You cannot and may not copy, modify, publish, alter, broadcast, distribute, sell or transfer any material on this Web site or the underlying software code whether in whole or in part. Some parts, such as brochures and applications forms can be downloaded for your personal use.

Data Protection
Any personal information you supply to Us when you use this Web site will be used in accordance with our privacy policy.

Acceptable Use
You may only use this Web site in accordance with these Terms and Conditions and, in any event, for lawful and proper purposes which includes complying with all applicable laws, regulations and codes of practice within the UK or other jurisdiction from which you are accessing this Web site.

In particular, you agree that you will not:

Transmit or disseminate any information on or via this Web site which is or may be harmful, obscene, defamatory or otherwise illegal or post any such information.

Use any software, routine or device to interfere or attempt to interfere electronically or manually with the operation or functionality of this Web site including but not limited to uploading or making available files containing corrupt data or viruses via whatever means deface, alter or interfere with the front end 'look and feel' of this Web site or the underlying so take any action that imposes an unreasonable or disproportionately large load on this Web site obtain or attempt to obtain unauthorised access, via whatever means to any system owned by IOMA Limited.

Changes to this Web site
We may make improvements or changes to the information, services, products and other materials on this Web site, or terminate this Web site, at any time without notice. We may also modify these Terms and Conditions at any time, and such modification shall be effective immediately upon posting of the modified Terms and Conditions on this Web site. Accordingly, your continued access or use of this Web site is deemed to be your acceptance of the modified Terms and Conditions.


Links to Other Web sites
This Web site may include links to other internet sites. We do not endorse any such web sites and We are not responsible for the information, material, products or services contained on or accessible through those web sites. Your access and use of such web sites remains solely at your own risk.

You may only link to this Web site with IOMA Limited's express written permission. We expressly reserve the right to withdraw consent at any time to a link which we believe in our sole opinion is inappropriate.

Indemnification
You agree to indemnify, defend and hold IOMA harmless from any liability, loss, claim and expense (including reasonable legal fees) related to your breach of these Terms and Conditions.

Complaints
Complaints about our products or service will be dealt with in accordance with our Complaints Policy. In the event that we are unable to resolve a dispute customers have the right to refer the matter to the Isle of Man Financial Services Ombudsman Scheme.

Products
Any products or services referred to on this website are only intended for those aged 18 years or over.

Taxation
A policy holder should be aware that the tax treatment of a policy is dependent on the rules of the country in which the policy holder is taxable

Security
The secure section of the site is password protected and all of our online transactional services are protected by firewalls that protect from unauthorised access to our systems. You may be able to communicate with us securely within these areas.

IOMA Limited may suspend or withdraw access to the pages of this website without notice at any time and accepts no responsibility for non-availability of web pages.

It is your responsibility to ensure that your computer is virus protected . We accept no responsibility for any loss you may suffer as a result of accessing or downloading information from this site.

We accept no responsibility or liability for the contents of any website to which a hypertext link exists and gives no representation or warranty as to the information on such websites. We accept no responsibility or liability for any loss arising from any contract entered into with any website to which a hypertext link exists.

Except where local laws do not permit, this website is governed by Isle of Man law and any dispute or action arising out of the use of this website shall be determined in accordance with such laws.


Privacy policy

The Data Protection Act 2002 came into force on 1st April and has been drafted in order to meet the standards set out in the European Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC.

This privacy policy explains what information St Christopher collects and what that information is used for. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this policy please contact stc@ioma.co.im. Further information may be found on The Office of Data Protection Supervisors web site.

What Information is used by St Christopher?
We use the personal data you have provided to supply you with the information or advice you have requested.  The information and personal data is collected and used only for the purpose(s) for which it was provided including general marketing activities. It is never sold or shared with any other third parties, unless you have been advised otherwise at the time of giving your details.

Your details are collected when you complete forms, request information or when you send us e-mail. Any written communication to you from us may be delivered by first class post, facsimile, email or as applicable, and to us in the same respect. If you would prefer us not to contact you by electronic means please write to St Christopher
Freepost 1119
PO Box 179, IOMA House
Hope Street, Douglas
Isle of Man
IM87 6EP

We do not use cookies. We do, however, use web statistical analysis software to aggregate information.

 


What is a cookie?

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If you do not want to receive cookies or if you would prefer to be prompted first you should check the settings in the 'Internet Options' of your web browser.  If you are not sure on how check or alter these setting you should contact your software provider or support engineer.

What is aggregate information?
Aggregate information is used to show us the total number of visits to our web site and which parts of the site are used the most.  Aggregate information does not identify individuals, as is does not contain any personal data.   This information helps us in developing our web site and improving the service we offer you.

Use and disclosure of personal information
Your information and personal data is not disclosed, sold or shared with any other organisations.


Security notice

Please remember that Internet communications are not secure unless the data being sent is encrypted.

Isle of Man Assurance cannot guarantee the privacy of any information or accept any responsibility for the unauthorised access by a third party and/or the corruption of data being input on this site or sent to us on the Internet.

Any information, communications, or material you transmit to this website by electronic mail or otherwise, including data, questions, comments, or suggestions will be treated as non-confidential and non-proprietary and will become the property of St Christopher.


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