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D&D Homecare GI added to Webline

General insurance provider D&D Homecare has been added to the Webline quotation system.

D&D Homecare’s ASU policy is a market leading product providing a benefit of 75 per cent of gross monthly income or a maximum of £2,000, whichever is the lesser. 

It also offers the chance of covering all regular monthly outgoings, which can include all utility bills and loans.

All the information entered into Webline to create a quotation is automatically transferred into the D&D Homecare system when a D&D policy is chosen, enabling the broker to finish the application quickly with little further information required allowing the customer to receive their cover details and documents within 24 hours.

D&D Homecare managing director Paul Thompson says: “We are pleased to be part of the ASU panel, as not only does this give brokers additional access to a high quality product which we believe they will find hard to replicate at the price provided, it also means D&D is available on an increasing number of sourcing systems. 

“So, in a market where MPPI is under close scrutiny, provision of quality products sold with the aid of compliant documentation can only be beneficial to both broker and customer.”

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