What needs to be included in my photos?
You can upload a JPG, GIF or PNG. Your files should be no bigger than 20MB each.
What about the photo itself?
Nothing too technical here – just make sure it’s clearly visible and it’s the only item in the picture. It would also be really helpful if you could show any serial numbers and/or identifying features.
How do I take a photo of my phone, using my phone?
Sounds a bit tricky doesn’t it? Instead of a photo, we ask that you upload a screenshot of your phone’s IMEI number. For any model of phone, just type in *#06# and your IMEI number will appear on screen, just take a screenshot of the page and upload as a picture via the website or app.
What are the policy limits per item?
You have a choice of cover levels to make sure you only pay for the number of items you want cover for:
Level of cover
Number of items covered
Maximum Claim Limit
Spread the value of your cover how you want across your items up to the total amount and change them whenever you like.
How does Fully Flex work?
Fully flex is made up of two parts:
Fully flex works on a rolling contract with monthly payments and you can change your plan whenever you want, with no fees or charges.
How do I cancel my subscription?
You can cancel your policy at any time, though what happens depends on when you cancel. For full details check out the Cover Plan
You can cancel your cover immediately or tell us you want it to end at the next payment date. To cancel, use the website or app.
What other payment methods can I use?
You can pay for your policy through our App or Website by using your credit or debit card.
By signing up to Back Me Up, you have agreed to pay for your subscription with a recurring payment from your credit or debit card. This means we’ll collect the payment on the same day each month. Obviously, if you change your cover or have added any Bolt-Ons to your plan, then your payment will be updated to reflect this. This is NOT a Direct Debit and you can cancel the recurring payment by telling us and/or your card provider. If your card expires, you’ll need to update it through our website or App.
Our community is one of the fastest ways to get answers to your question. Don't be shy and give our lovely members a try!Ask The Community
Our community will often respond to your questions within a couple of hours, and sometime even less, but if you still need help and are already a Back Me Up customer, simply login and visit your dashboard for details on how to get in touch.Go To Dashboard
Back Me Up is a trading name of Ageas Insurance Limited, part of an international insurance group with a heritage spanning more than 190 years. In the UK, Ageas provides over seven million customers with award-winning services.