My AA membership is up for renewal at the end of this month at a cost of just over £77. A friend recommended an alternative and cheaper breakdown cover so I rang AA to cancel. They immediately said they would drop the renewal fee to £35 if I renewed straightaway. So why didn't they quote that as the renewal fee in the first place?
The salesman then spent 10 minutes explaining why the AA are better and the alternative company isn't a patch on them. I explained several times that as my car is relatively new (4 years old) and that I was planning on changing it for a new car next year anyway the chances that I would need to call on a breakdown service was very remote and I only wanted it there for backup just in case. I just couldn't get rid of him and in the end had to be very blunt and say to just cancel it.
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