EUNISURE LIMITED IN LIQUIDATION (“EUNISURE”)
Unfortunately, the company has ceased to trade and Roderick Graham Butcher of Butcher Woods was appointed Liquidator on 7 July 2022.
If you have a query regarding the company, you should contact the Liquidators office at:
Butcher Woods 79 Caroline Street Birmingham
Telephone number: 0121 236 6001 Email: email@example.com
Direct your enquiry to Rod Butcher or Ashley Millensted.
Eunisure acted as a broker for various protection products. These products were provided by insurance companies and to retain cover you must maintain payments to them.
Any queries regarding the product or the cover provided should be addressed to the particular insurance company providing the product.
Below are various questions which will hopefully assist you:
What should I do if I have information about the Company?
The Liquidator would be pleased to receive from any person any useful information concerning Eunisure, which may assist them.
What’s the difference between debtors and creditors?
A debtor is someone who owes money To the Company.
A creditor is owed money By the Company.
General complaints procedure
If you have a complaint, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
What should I do if I have made a complaint which has not yet been resolved?
Existing complaints will continue to be processed and you should expect a prompt response. If you remain unsatisfied, please bring your complaint to the attention of the Liquidator as above.
Do I need to use a Claims Management Company to make my claim?
No. You can make a claim directly to the Company. A Claims Management Company can also help you submit a claim. It is up to you if you want to use one. If you decide to use a Claims Management Company, please make sure you understand the scope of their services and how much it will cost you before agreeing to its service.
If I have a claim, when will I be paid?
The Liquidator will assess all claims during the course of the Liquidation. No payments will be made until all of the assets have been sold or realised. Currently, we do not have a date for the payment of any claims, and we do not know what amount of funds will be available to creditors.
If your claim is agreed by the Liquidator, you will be an unsecured creditor of the Company. This means you will be entitled to participate in any distribution of the cash remaining in the Company, once all assets have been sold or realised and the costs of the liquidation have been met.
Please be aware that, if your claim is admitted by the Liquidator, the payment you receive is likely to be considerably smaller than any accepted claim amount. This is because it is expected that the total value of all accepted claims received will exceed the money available to be shared out amongst the unsecured creditors..
Will the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (“FSCS”) pay my claim if Eunisure Limited does not?
The FSCS may cover these claims.
If you consider that you have a claim against the company in respect of insurance advice provided by Eunisure Limted you may contact the FSCS.
Phone Number: 0800 678 1100 Email: email@example.com
The FSCS website contains useful information including a guide to how to make a claim: http://claims.fscs.org.uk/Guidance
You can make a claim via the FSCS Online Claims Service: https://claims.fscs.org.uk/PreScreening/EnterDetails
FSCS has also set up a dedicated webpage for customers of Eunisure Limited: https://www.fscs.org.uk/making-a-claim/failed-firms/eunisure/
For more information on potential FSCS claims in this area:. https://www.fscs.org.uk/about-us/tcs-tech-info/ins-med/
What should I do if I am approached by someone saying they work for the Company or the Liquidators and want to help me submit a claim?
Do not give your details to anyone who approaches you, alleging that they work for the Company or the Liquidators as we will not contact your directly.
What should I do if someone has indicated they can ensure I can get a higher claim amount, but I have to pay them a fee first?
The Liquidators are under a duty to treat each claim equally. Every claim will therefore be assessed in the same way, irrespective of who submits the claim. As mentioned previously, customers do not need to use a Claims Management Company or third party to submit a claim. Using a Claims Management Company or third party will not accelerate the claims process, nor entitle you to a higher claim amount. If you decide to use a Claims Management Company, please make sure you understand the scope of their services and how much it will cost you before agreeing to its service.
Will anyone ask for my bank details?
We will never ask for your account details or security details by phone or email.