LifeQuote launches customisable D2C protection platform for advisers

Initial £499 plus ongoing fees

Victoria McKeever
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Neil McCarthy: "Advisers are seeing more opportunities to support some customers in the same way they interact with other online purchases."
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Neil McCarthy: "Advisers are seeing more opportunities to support some customers in the same way they interact with other online purchases."

LifeQuote has launched a customisable web-based service for advisers that allows them to offer clients or prospects a direct-to-consumer (D2C) protection platform on their website.

LifeQuote said the D2C service was made for clients who wanted to investigate the prices of life policies but may not want a fully intermediated service. It requires an initial investment of £499 a...

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