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11th January 2017
Darlington Building Society has forged a partnership with Uinsure, a market leader in general insurance, to enable its customers to gain the very best insurance policies available.
Manchester based Uinsure has previously worked exclusively within the intermediary market, making the collaboration with Darlington Building Society the first of its kind.
Darlington Building Society customers will benefit from Uinsure’s 5* Defaqto rated home and landlord policies, a customer focused claims handling process and highly competitive pricing.
Existing Darlington Building Society customers will be introduced to Uinsure on renewal of their existing policies, new customers will receive comprehensive information on Uinsure’s competitive insurance policies.
Colin Fyfe, Chief Executive at Darlington Building Society said: “The appointment of Uinsure comes after a great deal of market research and due diligence. Ensuring our customers receive the right cover is paramount to our decision making process. We pride ourselves on excellent customer service and this is the ethos of Uinsure.
I am confident that Uinsure’s award winning proposition can satisfy and provide the solutions our customers need.”
Jason Berry, Uinsure’s Director of Sales, said: “We are delighted Darlington Building Society has chosen Uinsure to become the sole supplier of Home Insurance to its customers. We believe our Uinsure proposition is the best in the market and our 5* Defaqto rated Insurance policies deliver a quality product which offers the society’s customers peace of mind.
I am certain that in the event of a claim the Uinsure service and sympathetic handling approach will be delivered to the highest possible industry standards.”
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