Testimonials

Read what our clients are saying about us!

Roslyn van Baardwyk CruizeOz Pty Ltd - Caravan Dealers 

A large insurance claim can be one of the most stressful experiences a person can undergo, but it's also an opportunity for us to demonstrate why it is important to use Brokers. This is exactly right. having the broker deal with the insurance company, especially when they are totally disputing everything, is the best way to deal. CPR insurance saved me hours dealing with them and stayed with me through the whole process. After our experience with insurance company's I can honestly say that I will never take out a policy direct with them cause it isn't the trying to get a better deal or cheaper insurance, there is no price you can put on the experience, knowledge and dogged determination. 

Cruise Oz and Avan Australia at 3938 Pacific Highway, Loganholme QLD 4129

 

From: Scott Graham

Date:21/02/2015 10:40 AM (GMT+10:00)

To: Mandy Cooper <mandy@cprinsurance.com.au>
Cc:
Subject: testimonial

Hi Mandy,just a short note to let you know how grateful I am for your fantastic service and extra effort while going through the claim process.It was a difficult and unusual claim and you were able to secure a great result for me after I had been ridden rough shot over by an assessors report.

Many Thanks Scott Graham 

From:Nick Kamitsis [mailto:nick@oneononetaxation.com]
Sent: Wednesday, 18 February 2015 12:32 PM
To: Robert Cooper
Subject: Re: Thank you for the referral

Hi Robert

I will never forget how you stood by me when I needed your help. I will refer you to everyone that I can.

Regards

Nick Kamitsis

 

    From:Patrice Howland
    Sent: Wednesday, 19 November 2014 10:32 AM
    To: Mandy Cooper
    Subject: RE: Simply Caring - Introduction to new TSC member

Hi Mandy – you and Robert have provided a very good service to me, open and consultative so I am sure you will be able to assist Kerri.

Have a brilliant day.

Patrice

   
    From:Glenda.Jardine
    Sent: Thursday, 20 September 2012 12:03 PM
   To: Mandy Cooper
   Subject: Re: Jeep Invoice

Hi Mandy

Thankyou for organising the insurance for us, your terrific service makes our insurance transactions pain free.   

From:P & L TEMPLE
Sent: Tuesday, 18 September 2012 10:09 AM
To: 'Mandy Cooper'
Subject: RE: Phone Call

Hi Mandy,

Thank you for your service and help over the time we have used your insurance company.  I could not fault your services you have provided.  Would gladly recommend your company to anyone in need of business insurance.

Thanks Again,

Linda Temple 

Eric Brizuela, Cloud Space Services

Grange Bowls & Community Club Inc

Chris & Lucy Gazenbeek

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