Forces Compare Lands!

Thanks to an original new website, both serving and ex-military personnel can finally compare insurance including car, home, travel and kit policies on one inclusive platform.

Forces Compare is the UK’s only forces led insurance comparison site and the platform has proved to be a great tool since it’s launch last month.

From July 1st, the site has been visited by more than 30,000 people looking to save money on their current insurance policies and pursue tailor-made deals which better suit their service needs.

The website allows users to compare hundreds of insurance policies within a matter of minutes. In addition to browsing a wide range of competitively-priced providers and deals for motor, home and travel insurance, customers can also search specifically for kit and contents deals.

The company have strong military links and as such, have been able to leverage special offerings for serving soldiers through their notable contacts.

Forces Compare is not limited to serving and ex serving members of the forces and can be a huge help for civilians to and te veteran led team have been encouraging spouses and relatives of those serving to take full advantage of the new platform.

Searching for a potentially better suited and more cost effective policy has always been a chore for many people and as a result, customers often become complacent with their current insurance provider due to the lack of administration required.

However, this complacency can allow firms to take advantage of existing clients when it comes to automatically extending their policies, offering a poor loyalty discount. With this in mind, on many occasions, customers settle for poor deals due to the chore of searching individual sites online to explore other options.

Now, with a great array of policies, providers and specialist businesses all in one place, with very little customer administration, browsing for a potentially better-suited alternative couldn’t be easier or quicker.

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