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At Intasure, we understand the needs of businesses, and for that reason, we have developed a range of insurance covers that provide comprehensive cover to enable you to run your business with the peace of mind that you have adequate protection in force should something sudden & unforeseen occur.
At Intasure, we have a proven track record in pioneering new products and in recent years we have noticed that more and more people are setting up their own online shops or selling goods on-line. Whilst many of the larger high street stores, have maintained a physical presence in our towns and cities, some “new style” retailers have completely restricted their activities to e-tailing. The internet has also allowed a new type of trading to flourish, consumer- to consumer sales via such sites as Ebay. If you run an online shop without a physical location (perhaps you work from home), you will still have insurance needs and may wish to protect your business equipment & stock and have liability insurance. We are happy to consider on-line shops for insurance purposes and offer a wide range of covers, please note though, if you are involved in the sale of second hand or reconditioned goods, we are unable to provide you with products liability Insurance.
Obtaining an insurance quote for your online shop is quick and easy especially with our telephone call back facility, you will be connected to our helpful staff who will be pleased to assist you, and we are also open hours to suit business owners who may find it inconvenient to call during the daytime.
Our policies are specialised, and whatever you sell online, we will probably have a policy that suits your needs.
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