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Editor: Gerry W. Beyer
Texas Tech Univ. School of Law

Monday, February 11, 2013

Date Insurance To Recover Costs of A Bad Date

Unknown-2With Valentine's Day coming up, date insurance might be helpful in the event of a disasterous date. Confused.com is offering a trial version of date insurance to help women recover money spent on dates gone wrong.  Confused.com found out that single women have to pay up to £400 more for car insurance than married women. That combined with the survey results indicating that 76% of dates don't work out sparked Confused.com's interest in offering the program. 

When asked why dates went wrong, 27% of respondents said they didn't "'fancy'" their date, 9% said they found dates boring and 22% said there was no chemistry.  To trial the new date insurance, Confused.com is requesting that site visitors submit their bad date experiences.  Some have reported trips to a sewage station, a trip to a coffin factory, and a prison visit to meet the parents. 

See Confused.com Unveils Date Insurance, With the Worst First Dates Including a Visit To a Coffin Factory, TheDrum, Feb. 8, 2013. 


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