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Pandemic Weekly Update #3

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It’s a new week, and yet for most of us nothing has really changed; COVID-19 continues to be a thorn in our side, life is still largely on pause, and Connect are still open for business.

In positive news, you have likely heard that we’ve passed the peak of the national pandemic a couple of weeks ago. Hospitalisations and deaths are falling every day, and there appears to be some light at the end of the tunnel. Whilst we all gradually make our way through the tunnel, Connect will be here all the while to assist with all your insurance needs.



That’s right, we are still here at the offices working hard to deliver our usual level of customer service and support for our customers. Whether it’s a new insurance policy you require, maybe your renewal is due, or you need to make a claim… we’re key workers here, and we’re just a call away. We are proud to be Key Workers, and proud to be on standby for all of your insurance needs. [note: we fall into that category of key workers that nobody claps for on a Thursday night].

If you do need to speak to us, be sure to refer to the revised contact numbers below before giving us a ring.
 

CLAIMS
01782 665544 or the number noted in your Insurers policy book.

 

TELEPHONE
Personal & Commercial Insurance:01782 200 775
  

 

EMAIL
Personal Lines & Commercial Insurance:p.lines@connect-insurance.co.uk
  

 

ONLINE
Via our Live Webchat feature at: www.connect-insurance.uk

 

WHATSAPP
We accept documents sent to us via WhatsApp on 07563 033 070.
Please note we are unable to reply via WhatsApp.



We remain committed to the health and well being of both our customers and employees, and will continue to adapt our business model to work in accordance with the latest available Government advice.

Thank you for your ongoing support during this period of uncertainty.

Stay Safe.

Connect Insurance Brokers Ltd

DID YOU KNOW?
A meat and potato pie costs £1.80 in Jamaica and £3.50 in the Bahamas.
(That’s the pie rates of the Caribbean.)

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