Southern Cross Insurance Review

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Frequently Asked Questions about Southern Cross

Sure do, it’s 0800 100 200. 

Visit their website using any of the links on this page and you’ll be able to lodge a claim, or call their 0800 number as seen above.

AMI Insurance is owned by Insurance Australia Group (IAG). This is the same company that owns State Insurance, and NZI.

The easiest way to get a quote from AMI Insurance is to visit their website. They also have an 0800 number, but we find things are easier (and faster) online. In 2020 AMI closed all their branches, so if you are used to visiting them in-store, you’ll now have to call or do it online.

AMI was founded in 1926 in Christchurch, New Zealand.

IAG (owner of AMI Insurance) announced on 23rd July 2020 that they will be closing their 53 branches.

The AMI website states that they have over 500,000 customers.

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