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    Pet Insurer Achieves Multiple Top Endorsements

    Third party endorsement is rapidly emerging as one of the most powerful forces for anyone marketing a product or service. Having already received top ratings on third party review sites like Review Centre (http://www.reviewcentre.com/Pet-Insu...011296#Summary) Vetsure are delighted to announce they have achieved two renowned certifications by Defaqto and Money Facts.

    The first 5 Star endorsement comes from independent researcher of financial products, Defaqto. Defaqto is highly regarded within the industry to support better financial decision-making among consumers.

    Ashley Gray, Managing Director said “We could spend thousands on advertising, website development and e-marketing – yet the real potential resides in the endorsement by our existing customers and well-respected third party endorsements. Today we are pleased to say the latter has been realised twice over!”

    The second 5 Star rating comes from well-known consumer comparison and advice site Money Facts. These star ratings are chosen by merit only and go a long way in instilling consumer confidence in Vetsure. Vetsure policies have been designed by vets and aim to avoid the pitfalls so frequently experienced with other types of policies.

    Vetsure’s Premier Plus policy is their most comprehensive cover and includes up to £5,000 per condition per year for Veterinary Fees. It is this policy that has achieved 5 Stars across the board for both cat and dog insurance.

    Ashley Gray, Managing Director adds “We already rated 4.8 out of 5 stars on reviewcentre.com and top rating amongst pet insurers on perinsurancereview.co.uk - these new achievements will go even further in providing peace of mind to pet owners who chose to insure their pets with us.”
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