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    Default Yet more poor service - complaint ignored

    It seems from reading various posts on here that the RAC seem adept at avoiding dealing with complaints and, judging by my experience, they are carrying this on. On the 14th August I wrote to the RAC and received a generic "We are looking into it and will reply within 10 working days" letter signed but with no name just the reference number. To date I have not had a reply, despite a further email on the 22nd September asking for an update within 5 working days which was read on the 24th. I am hoping that a post on here will spark someone into action, to have the decency to look at my complaint and give a constructive reply. If any Customer Service Agent wishes to have a go at this then the reference number is 61082/13 which will give access to my contact details. Sorry to be negative but I think the RAC should treat people much better than this.

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    Our records show that we replied by letter on 25 September to the postal address you provided. I am unable to explain why you havent received it, but I will ask my colleague to send a copy to you by email today. This will explain our position in full, but to summarise, your letter states that you had taken part in an off-road event and called RAC with a gearbox problem. You are unhappy that RAC declined to provide a free recovery under the terms of your policy. I can confirm that your breakdown cover does not include a recovery if the vehicle has broken down as a resut of taking part in a motorsport or off-road event. Full details can be found in your copy of our terms and conditions of membership booklet.
    Angela
    Angela

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    Thank you for your prompt response. I do not wish to get into a discussion about my situation on here but I need to point out the part of "as a result" and how you can diagnose gearbox failure on road as a result of being off road without the Patrol person taking it apart or even checking the oil. This clearly does not make sense does it? I will be replying to your colleague about my situation. By the way, since I have never been provided with a copy of your terms and conditions or been told about them, under Contract Law I think you will find that they cannot be retrospectively applied.
    Last edited by Fourbears; 01-10-13 at 11:06.

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    I am sure my colleague will be able to resolve your concerns when you contact her.
    With regard to your terms and conditions, your policy is not direct with RAC. You should have been provided a copy of the policy details from the insurance provider/your employer. I would therefore recommend that you contact them for a full details of your policy entitlements.
    Angela

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