October 2010 - Beachwood, Ohio - Since launching direct deposit for claims in October 2007, Embrace has seen the percentage of claim payments using it more than double from just 12% in 2007 to over 27% in 2010.
Direct deposit is fast, easy, and efficient compared to waiting for a paper check in the mail. All Embrace customers can receive their claim refund directly into their bank accounts, usually the next business day after the claim is completed, if not the same day. Policyholders may continue to pay their premiums by credit card even when claims are direct deposited.
"Pet parents love the flexibility and speed of direct deposit for their claim payments" says Laura Bennett, CEO of Embrace Pet Insurance. "It's incredibly simple to set up and everybody benefits from having claims paid more quickly. We've had our share of lost checks in the mail and direct deposit completely avoids that uncertainty."
If you are an Embrace customer, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call in to 1-800-511-9172 to learn how you can benefit from direct deposit claims payments.
About Embrace Pet Insurance
Embrace Pet Insurance Agency LLC is a specialist insurance agency headquartered in Beachwood, a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio. Embrace was founded by Laura Bennett and Alex Krooglik, pet parents who also happen to be insurance experts, and offers self-serve, customizable pet health insurance for dogs, cats and goldfish. The Embrace culture is based on the core values of innovation and not taking oneself too seriously. On the web at Embrace Pet Insurance.
About the North American Pet Health Insurance Association
Embrace is a member of the North American Pet Health Insurance Association (NAPHIA). Founded in 2007, the North American Pet Health Insurance Association is committed to educating and promoting the values and benefits of quality pet health insurance to North American pet owners, the general public, and the veterinary community. As an association, it is committed to high standards and transparency in all of our actions and products. To learn more, visit www.naphia.org.