Please note that you have bought a non-advised insurance product. This means that the policy terms and conditions were available at the time of purchase and you were required to read the terms and agree to them at the time of policy purchase. By accepting these, and our terms of business, you have consented to be bound and be held accountable by both. There is a general legal principle called Caveat Emptor, which means that the buyer alone is responsible for checking the quality and suitability of goods before a purchase is made. Ignorance of the policy terms post purchase is not a valid defence to a claims denial, nor is it a valid defence against being bound by our Terms of Business.
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