Superscript teams up with Checkatrade to provide custom-built insurance for tradespeople

Checkatrade, the UK’s largest trade directory, has appointed Superscript to provide insurance to Checkatrade members.

Source: FF News

As part of the commitment to meet The Checkatrade Standard and vetting checks, the 47,000 members are required to be insured. Superscript will provide the service through a heightened co-branded digital journey, with its proprietary technology serving members with tailored insurance from its full range of covers in five minutes or less.

Checkatrade members will also have access to human support if they need it, through a five-star team of customer support specialists – over the phone or via an online chat function. The cover is flexible, and can be amended at any time with no extra cost. The dedicated online customer portal will provide instant access to documents and proof of cover, as well as access to an in-house claims team.

Henry Newby, Partnerships Director at Superscript, said: “Checkatrade has transformed the trade industry and we are excited to be partnering with them for the next phase of their journey. Superscript’s proposition and Checkatrade’s membership are a perfect mix, like bricks and mortar. The trade industry is already amongst Superscript’s best performing segments; our tailored customer journey, flexibility on mid-term adjustments and the choice to pay monthly or annually is perfectly suited to trade professionals’ needs. Through this partnership, Checkatrade is building on its already strong foundations to become the most complete end-to-end marketplace for trades and customers alike.”

Georgina Whalley, CMO at Checkatrade, said: “Superscript is the perfect partner for our thousands of quality trade members. With this relationship we are offering easier accessibility and financial benefits providing peace of mind for tradespeople and consumers in becoming the trusted foundation of every home.”

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