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RLA news tells us we can win a £100 hamper if we get a quote for RLA insurance.

I was amazed because I thought RLA was a landlord association representing the interests of landlords rather than an insurance company selling insurance products.

Looking through the RLA insurance section on this website the insurance products are clearly branded RLA. The underwriters are mentioned but no insurance company. So I phoned the number and what a surprise I found that the insurance company are Rentguard Insurance who have pestered me for years trying to sell me all sorts of useless insurance getting my attention each time by saying they are phoning on behalf of RLA.

SO what I want to know is; what is the relationship between RLA and Rentguard Insurance? What financial benefit does RLA gain from introducing its members to Rentguard Insurance? And why are the products of an a commercial insurance company branded RLA by RLA itself?

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01/12/2016 09:20

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