Protect your customers against loss of income
Inflation is causing all costs to go up, but wages are not rising proportionately. This is putting pressure on many family budgets. With what an average family can set aside, savings accounts no longer provide an adequate buffer. Paying the monthly fixed costs is often challenging enough for those who are healthy and have a job. So what happens if one income suddenly disappears due to a setback? With Bill Protection you can protect your customers against these uncertainties.
You integrate the Bill Protection account insurance as an added benefit into your credit card, group or outstanding balance insurance, energy or internet contracts. This way, your customers can meet their monthly payment obligations without trouble. Even if they temporarily find themselves in a difficult position, such as in the event of unemployment, an accident or illness through no fault of their own.
The bills for energy, water or telecoms... You and your customers determine which monthly bills they want to have paid via Bill Protection in the event of unexpected setbacks. You pay these out to them all together, for an amount that can be up to 20% of their monthly salary. In this way, you can secure their standard of living and financial future and offer an important safety net. They're bound to become your most loyal ambassadors, right?
Include the Bill Protection ready-to-use insurance module as an additional benefit in your offering. This way, you generate extra profit margins, for example by creating a premium product line.
You not only have an additional moment of contact with your customers, you are also present in their lives in a very positive way. In other words, more satisfied customers and stronger customer loyalty.
You pay your customers' combined monthly expenses in the event of involuntary unemployment, accident and illness, hospitalisation or disability, up to the equivalent of 20% of their monthly salary.
You can help your customers to get through a difficult period in their lives and give them the space to focus on mourning, recovery or the search for a new job.