There’s three main options for making payments on your premiums. These are through direct debit, online debit or credit card, or you can also give the Warehouse a call.
Claiming contents insurance in NZ with Warehouse is easy! Simply follow these 4 steps when making a claim after suffering loss, damage, or theft to your house and your belongings:
1. Secure your house and call 111.
2. Prevent further damage if possible
3. Report the incident to the police and provide a list of all the stolen and damaged items. Remember to take note of the details of the report such as the officer’s name, report number, and the station you filed the report in.
4. Get in touch with Warehouse at 0800 801 814 as soon as possible. You can call them anytime as their customer service hotline is open 24/7. You need to provide the details you noted in order to assist your claim. Depending on the incident, it may be possible to process your claim over the phone.
Yes. Warehouse Contents Insurance allows you to cancel your policy at any time. You can process your cancellation at their hotline at 0800 801 814. As for refunds, they will refund your premiums so long as the unexpired portion of your premium is more than $10.
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