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Anchor Insurance puts smiles on claimants faces with N957m claims payment in 10 months

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Chuks Udo Okonta

Anchor Insurance Company Limited, has continued to delight claimants as it has by the end of October this year paid out N957 million as claims to its various affected genuine policyholders.

The firm which is one of the fastest rising insurance companies in the country and winner of the Daily Independent Newspaper’s “Insurance Company of the Year 2019” award, has remained the toast of the insuring public due to its prompt claims settlement history.

The Company’s Managing Director, Ebose Augustine, disclosed this while speaking with a group of Insurance Correspondents in Lagos.

He explained that “meeting customers’ genuine claims requests and doing so within a specified time limit have been parts of the practices Anchor Insurance was known for and we take unrepentant pride in meeting our promise of putting smiles back on the faces of our policyholders whenever the risk insured against crystallizes.”

Giving a breakdown of the claims paid according to the classes of insurance, Ebose said N204.3 million was paid to affected customers under the Oil and Gas class, General Accident was N197.5 million Motor Insurance N197.4 million, Loss of Employment Insurance Scheme N108.6 million and N89.1m to those affected under the Engineering class.

According to him, others included Marine Insurance where affected claimants received N63.2 million Fire class N33.1 million and Bonds N27.7 million respectively.

He noted that at Anchor Insurance Company Limited, “our best advertisement is the timely processing and religious settlement of claims,” adding that the Company was only living up to its “… where insurance works” motto.

He further disclosed that Covid-19 pandemic affected businesses and lives which gave rise to high cases of claims demands on insurers, noting that “we at Anchor Insurance had our own fair share of the claims report, especially the Loss of Employment Insurance Scheme but we were equal to the task as the primary duty of any insurance company was to pay claims.”

He thanked the various customers who got smiles back on their faces for “considering us as the insurance company to come to when they needed their insurances,” assuring that “on our part, we will never relent in surpassing our customers’ expectations whenever duty calls on us.”

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