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Refer a Friend


...and we'll reward you both with £25 each!

If you're happy with how we dealt with your business insurance, why not recommend us to your friends and contacts?

Simply complete our quick form below and we'll do the rest. If your friend goes on to purchase their insurance with us, we'll send you each a cheque for £25. There's no limit on the number of friends you can recommend so the more businesses you refer, the more you'll earn!

Please read the small print to understand the terms and conditions of this offer.

Instructions

1. Please complete the form below and send it to us by clicking submit.

2. Once we receive it, we'll make contact with your friend to offer them a free quotation.

3. If they buy a policy with us, we'll send you both a £25 cheque as our way of saying thank you (You and your friend will need to hold your policies for at least 30 days to qualify for the £25 reward).

See our Terms and Conditions

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Why choose Alan & Thomas?
      • Free no obligation review and quotation
      • Knowledgeable marine insurance experts
      • Competitive premiums from leading UK marine insurance providers
      • Insurance cover tailored to your specific requirements
      • In-house Claims Team to manage any claim for you
      • Top 100 UK independent broker* with Chartered Insurance Broker status

* Top 100 Independent Brokers 2015 published by Insurance Age in association with Cornell Consulting

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