Methaq launches online motor insurance
Abu Dhabi, October 12, 2011
UAE-based Methaq Takaful Insurance launched an online insurance platform, which enables application for motor insurance policies in the country at the ongoing ICT show Gitex in Dubai.
The facility also offers a 10 per cent discount on the original policy's value upon usage of credit cards for online payment.
Abdullah Al Maamari, managing director of Methaq, released the first phase of the electronic auto insurance to be followed by the other types of insurance that Methaq provides.
Through the online platform, customers will be able to get all information required to insure their cars online. It allows uploading and sending a copy of the driver's license and the vehicle's registration cards.
The data will be checked and verified to complete the motor insurance procedures and immediately it will be followed by the policy e-documents sent via e-mail to the client, also a verification SMS will be sent back to the customer as a green-light to move ahead to the UAE vehicles registration Traffic departments where he shall find his Motor Insurance policy delivered electronically.
'As Methaq encouraging its customers to shift to insure their cars and complete all related procedures of Motor insurance online through the online platform of the company; we offer an additional -10 per cent off the value of the insurance policy for those who applies electronically,” said Khalil Saeed, chief operating officer, Methaq.
“Considering also the original discounts provided by Methaq for its customers on Motor insurance which the company promoted during the holy month of Ramadan and announced extended till Eid Al-Adha.'
“The launch of the online platform comes as a part of the company's interest to provide convenience for its customers”, Saeed added.'Through the company's insurance products, appropriate price, speedy operations and after-sales service, we steadily seek complete customer' satisfaction.” – TradeArabia News Service
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