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AXA Partners has announced a new partnership with GoCompare, to offer excess cover to qualifying customers, when they purchase car insurance through the comparison site.

 The deal means that eligible customers will get up to £250 back towards any excess fees, for accidents in which they are at fault, claims for fire and theft or damage caused by uninsured drivers*. This will help to ease the financial challenges of a claim.
 Mark Greening, Director of Partner Development at GoCompare, said: “We know that claiming after an accident can be a gruelling process for customers and they don’t always realise that there is an excess to pay. We see this new proposition as a way to alleviate some of the financial pressure they face when it comes to making a claim.
 “Going into business with AXA Partners to provide motor excess cover made complete sense. They are a credible and experienced insurance brand who, like GoCompare, genuinely place the customer at the heart of all they do. We knew that they would be able to provide the customer experience that we were looking for.”
 This new promotion with GoCompare is a change in the way in which AXA Partners has previously provided excess cover, and something the company sees as delivering a clear benefit to customers.
 Jason Sparrow, Sales Director at AXA Partners, commented: “As an insurance company, we are constantly challenging the role we play, in order to demonstrate added-value to consumers. Through our positioning as a partner and not a payer of insurance, we hope to make customers’ lives easier, through relevant and timely products and services.
 “We are thrilled to have been given the opportunity to work with GoCompare on this new product offering. In doing so, we are enabling their motor insurance customers to benefit from our assistance, should they need to. We have very much enjoyed working with GoCompare on delivering the offer, and look forward to working together to help people save money when they need to make a claim.”

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