Acres insurance recommendation

Nigel Wellings

Member
Please feel free to contact myself/Pace Ward for any quotations, the Underwriters we work with turn things around quickly and have been very competitive premium wise. of late.
I thought TFF DID NOT allow usage of the site for pure commercial sales purposes. The way you are trying to utile the forum to SELL directly to members is not right.
We try and use the site to give advice and assist debate not to sell products direct to members. Could you please comply with the rules!
 

bobk

Member
Location
stafford
I thought TFF DID NOT allow usage of the site for pure commercial sales purposes. The way you are trying to utile the forum to SELL directly to members is not right.
We try and use the site to give advice and assist debate not to sell products direct to members. Could you please comply with the rules!
🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 have they got a pot kettle emoji on this site .
 

Clive

Staff Member
NFFN Member
Location
Lichfield
commercial (blue tick) mwmbers are free to offer good / services to tff members - they have paid to support the community as sadly websites this big don’t run on fresh air

my advice however is always that JUST selling never goes down well, members respond much better to help / advice and will often reward that with their custom. The virtual world is just like the real world - trust and relationship matter so need to be built and maintained

competition is always healthy, i suspect the NFUM are loosing massive amounts of business to Acres etc !
 

Fruitloop

Member
Looking at their website, all I see is flash cars, pretty girls and urban offices. I think they probably have something in common with growers of certain types of crops, but possibly not the sorts of crops we deal in. Not sure that they are serious competition for a company like Acres, NFU or any of the other farm insurance specialists.
I wouldn't ask an electrician to plumb in a lavatory, too much chance of ending up in the fert. Next time I buy a McLaren, I'll give Pace Ward a call. Mean-time I will stick with my provider, I know where he lives and his livelihood depends on his farming knowledge, reputation and performance. He has something to lose if he makes a cock-up.
 

Nigel Wellings

Member
@Nigel Wellings are you still at acres?

No reply to our Email from early last week :unsure:

Not the only one not to reply though,NFU did.

@Nigel Wellings are you still at acres?

No reply to our Email from early last week :unsure:

Not the only one not to reply though,NFU did.
Not gone anywhere. Apologies if you have not had a response yet. Could you please pm whatever you sent through to us with your contact details so I can locate it and ensure it is dealt with. Thanks
 

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