Voyager launches new online offering for homeowners with unspent convictions

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The offering from the acquisitive Somerville Group subsidiary is targeted at the estimated 750,000 people in the UK with an unspent criminal conviction. A number Voyager said is growing by 7250 a year.

The Guildford-based business claims an unspent criminal conviction is likely to invalidate most mainstream home insurance policies, and not only applies to a homeowner with a criminal conviction but also if anyone living at the residence has an unspent criminal conviction as well.

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