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Post Office Money scoops five awards at YourMoney.com Awards

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Written by: YourMoney.com
21/07/2017
Post Office Money bagged a total of five awards at the 20th annual YourMoney.com Awards last night.

Following a rigorous judging process, Post Office Money achieved five accolades in the industry’s longest-standing awards.

The provider scooped awards for outstanding achievement for its insurance products in both the telephone and online categories:

Telephone categories:

  • Best Direct Life Insurance Provider
  • Best Direct Car Insurance Provider

Online categories:

  • Best Online Car Insurance Provider
  • Best Online Home and Contents Insurance Provider
  • Best Overall Online Provider

Rob Clarkson, managing director of Post Office Management Services, said: “We’re delighted to have won five awards for our Post Office Money products at this year’s prestigious YourMoney.com Awards, including best overall online provider.

“We have dedicated much time and effort to making our products convenient for customers to buy and to ensuring they are accessible through all channels, and we’re proud that these wins recognise how we’re putting customers and their needs at the heart of every insurance product we design.”

Paula John, editor in chief of YourMoney.com, said: “Post Office Money deserves hearty congratulations for winning these hotly contested awards. The fact that it has swept the board with five trophies is testament to its commitment to providing customers with top quality, competitively priced products combined with first-rate service. Well done.”

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