My main point of this thread is to high light a potential problem soldiers are having in BFG with DAS insurance brokers. It was first brought to my attention when a colleague was literally being hunted all over camp by a DAS employee. Every office he went into he told them very clearly who he was looking for, how much money they owed them and ended it with some sort of threat along the lines involving the Adjt or CO. Not only by the end of his rampage did anyone in ear shot know who he was looking for but how much money they owed them, which normally was the whole year sum rather than the month they missed (I'll cover this more in a minute **) After catching the right person to speak to about the person owing money it turned out that he/she was away on course/tour. **OK the route of the problem from 4 different people I have spoken to. Direct debit. You set it up at the start. End of the month comes, money hasn't left your account. You then get hunted to pay him cash, prove your account has funds in it and the error is their end re-sign direct debit form. All good End of second month, money hasn't left your account. You then get hunted to pay him cash, prove your account has funds in it and the error is their end re-sign direct debit form. All good. End of third month, same as above but you happen to be away. Oh my god, the sweating gorilla is on the loose looking for your blood and is happy to tell every one what a bad person you are and how much you owe his company (Year sum not monthly figure). It was comical to even hear that a SNCO had a FB message from a LCpl in his troop whilst he was away on tour knowing exact sums of money he owed them for the whole year. Which was a sickening amount, more than the car is worth 3 x and 2 x more than his quoted figure as charges had obviously taken affect in his absence, not only that but he had already payed up front 50% of the year fee knowing the direct debit problems they had. I can understand this guy maybe approaching a CSM/SSM and asking for Who ever to pop up to his office ASAP regarding their insurance. Why need to tell them account details and outstanding. Yes I believe in not being in debt, but surely if they have been sent away they are not trying to dodge paying and if they had jumped ship/unit and dodged paying them then by all means go to the SSA/Adjt with final figures? Any one else had issues with these guys? As I know I will never recommend them at all !