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Subscriber Membership

AdviceUK Subscriber Membership allows you to purchase AdviceUK Professional Indemnity Insurance if you are not a Network Member. There is no charge for Subscriber Membership, but you do not benefit from the same level of discounts on insurance, or have access to other AdviceUK Network Member benefits.

To apply for Subscriber Membership, your organisation must confirm that:

  • You give advice on social welfare issues.
  • The advice you give is independent, confidential and impartial.
  • The terms on which you give advice are clearly stated.
  • You comply with regulatory requirements applicable to your advice giving (such as regulation of debt advice and regulation of immigration advice).

Find out more about AdviceUK Professional Indemnity Insurance

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