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PTFS adds Paymentshield to insurance quote engine

Personal Touch Financial Services has added Paymentshield to its buildings and contents quote engine.

Brokers will now be able to generate guaranteed quotations for Paymentshield’s buildings and contents cover and complete applications online.

Paymentshield’s range includes a 15% introductory discount for first-time buyers, a UK-based call centre for customer service and claims, plus a three-month free cover option.

Customers can also benefit from a 30% premium discount if they do not claim for five years. Chris Traynor, sales and marketing director at Paymentshield, says: “PTFS is one of our biggest business partners and by joining its quote engine panel we are demonstrating our commitment to improving services for our agents and their clients.”

Dev Malle, sales director at PTFS, says: “The addition of Paymentshield has been a key objective and adds strength and value to the panel.

“With Paymentshield’s household insurance product, members can generate comparison quotations and complete online applications through one system.”

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