Sponsored: What do you look for in an insurer? Certainty, right?
Insure without the unsure
Do you trust your insurance company? Are you satisfied that you know all there is to know to ensure your claims are paid? Chances are you answered ‘no’ to both of those questions. Dialdirect aims to remedy the thing people hate most about insurance – uncertainty. If you can’t understand the terms of your insurance, you won’t trust your insurer. Dialdirect promises to explain insurance terms to you simply, in a language you understand, so you know exactly what you’re insured for should something happen to your stuff. As well as striving to give all the information you need to ensure that you know where you stand when you need to claim, Dialdirect aims to reveal all the areas that customers need to look out for that could affect their claims payout.
Update your details anywhere, at any time.
Did you know that a change in residential address or work address can influence your insurance premiums – and your claims payout too? This information is key in determining your risk. If you start a new job, it’s important to notify your insurer of your new work address. The same goes for moving house, even if it is in the same neighbourhood – details like these are vital in making a speedy claim. Dialdirect makes it easy to update your address on their website or from the Dialdirect Insurance App. This can be done 24/7, any day of the year, so you don’t have to wait for office hours to make this critical and important change. Schedule a time to request a quote, and one of their consultants will call you back when it suits you. And if you get stuck while updating your details, a friendly online consultant will assist you along the way.
Sleep easy and take the unsure out of insurance with Dialdirect’s convenient, straight-up approach to covering your possessions. Visit www.dialdirect.co.za for an online quote today.
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