Oct. 04

Petro-Canada — FREE $25 Savings Card with a RBC Insurance Home or Auto Quote until January 31st,2010!


RBC Insur­ance has an easy, no oblig­a­tion way to save $25 on gas! 

Get a quote and you’ll receive a Petro-Canada* Pre­ferred Price Card1

To receive a free Petro-Canada Pre­ferred Price Card, com­plete a car or home insur­ance quote between Octo­ber 1, 2009 and Jan­u­ary 31, 2010 one of the fol­low­ing ways:

1. Call 1–866-561‑1102 or,
2. Visit an RBC Insur­ance branch 

Use the card to instantly reduce the price of every litre of gas you buy at Petro-Canada. You’ll save 10¢ per litre on 250 litres of gas (a $25 savings).

The link for this sweet deal is here!


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» 2 Responses to “Petro-Canada — FREE $25 Savings Card with a RBC Insurance Home or Auto Quote until January 31st,2010!”

  1. Josh Maxwell
    October 4th, 2009 at 6:00 pm

    Thanks for post­ing the arti­cle, was cer­tainly a great read!

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  3. Cynstar
    December 21st, 2009 at 8:57 pm

    RBC Insur­ance is by far the worst com­pany out there for insur­ance prod­uct. I can’t tell you how hor­ri­ble it has been to work with them over the last few weeks, specif­i­cally for their auto insur­ance prod­uct. When mak­ing a few minor changes to my account, their insur­ance rep pro­vided me with bla­tantly inac­cu­rate infor­ma­tion which caused me to make sig­nif­i­cant changes to my account and then “pay the piper” for it a few months later and it wasn’t even my error. And the worst part of it, when I esca­lated the issue inter­nally and to the RBC Insur­ance Ombuds­man, Mr. Dominic Messina, he never even called me back. In today’s mar­ket­place, the cus­tomer should be treated with a lit­tle respect and con­sid­er­a­tion. I’ve been an RBC client for 25 years and a RBC Insur­ance client for 4 and never before have I been so dis­gusted with an orga­ni­za­tion in my life. Truly hor­ri­ble cus­tomer ser­vice has not only cost RBC Insur­ance my busi­ness, but also my respect. So, if you are look­ing for insur­ance prod­uct, take my advise and stay away from RBC. You’ll appre­ci­ate it in the long wrong run.