Man crush of the insurance company in eyewear-war

Then there is the news from the Danish insurance industry, which in international comparison is good to make money, because the returns relatively few of the cu

Man crush of the insurance company in eyewear-war

Then there is the news from the Danish insurance industry, which in international comparison is good to make money, because the returns relatively few of the cu

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
05 mart 2020 Thursday 14:00
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Man crush of the insurance company in eyewear-war

Then there is the news from the Danish insurance industry, which in international comparison is good to make money, because the returns relatively few of the customer præmiekroner.

A man fell for one of optikerkædernes numerous promotional offers, which sounded to purchase '2 for 1' - that is, two pairs of glasses for a couple's price.

The two pairs cost a total of 6295 crowns.

Now he was, as a customer of the Sickness insurance 'denmark' be entitled to a grant of 800 crowns per. brillepar, i.e. a total of 1600 dollars.

But it rejected the insurer, which would only make 800 dollars in grants to a pair of glasses.

health Insurance 'danmark', which has an equity of six million dollars, claiming again and again that he had been one of the few 'free', although many can figure out that the '2 for 1' simply is a well-known form of prismarkedsføring. That is, a way to make themselves affordable to the consumers.

But the man found himself not the rejection, so he went to the complaints Board for the insurance.

the Back is a boss in the 'denmark's skadesafdeling with what may remind you of a sæbeøje and a broken spectacle-glasses.

the Company was in fact put something so emphatically in place.

'the Tribunal is satisfied that there is an agreement between the complainant and optician for the purchase of two pair of glasses for a total price of 6295 kr., and that in this context, it is immaterial whether the complainant has got the glasses at a favourable price as part of a campaign or the like,' is that in a decision from the board.

It may be that skadeschefens broken glasses hanging half way down on the cheek, for the board revealed that it was the insurer's employee, who was to claim that the customer had received the glasses for free.

'In the concrete case seen does not used the term 'free', but only a so-called promotional measure in the form of the expression '2 for 1', which can naturally be interpreted as ’get two pair of glasses for one brilles price,' writes the board.

In other words: the Man had not got a pair of glasses for free, but bought both pairs, after which he was eligible for a grant for both.

Updated: 05.03.2020 14:00
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