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    Rent Guarantee

    I am thinking of using a company called Rentguard to take up rent protection does anyone have any experience using thme or know of anyone whoc has used them for a claim. Im trying to find out if they are good. The underwriter is AXA. Thanks

    I see why you've posted here, but I think you may get more responses on the residential lettings forum. There is a recent thread on this topic.


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