Confused.com adds new partner to home insurance panel

Confused.com has added Protectyourbubble.com to its home insurance panel.

Protectyourbubble.com is a new entrant to the market and is an ethical company which pledges to donate £1 to the Child Poverty Action Group for every home insurance policy sold.

Protectyourbubble.com will also be donating £1 to The National Holiday Fund for Sick and Disabled Children in the UK for every travel policy sold.

Confused.com is currently the only price comparison website which can provide consumers with access to the policies offered by Protectyourbubble.com, having secured exclusivity with them.

Peter Ablett, commercial director at Confused.com said: “We are delighted to welcome Protectyourbubble.com to Confused.com’s panel. We are constantly looking at ways to strengthen our panel, and give the consumer as much guidance as possible in order to make an informed choice.

“The added bonus of this latest addition is the ethical stance which Protectyourbubble.com takes – Confused.com is keen to work closely with companies which combine charity donations with providing consumers with a competitive service. We are committed to getting the best deal for our customers, and recognise that an integral part of this is making sure that we have the best range of prices and products available “

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