Insurers hedges against claims with free alarms

| 06/05/2011

(CNS): Although police have announced a fall in crime again for the first third of 2011, one local insurance firm is hoping to reduce crime and claims further by offering customers free alarms. With many people still very concerned about crime, Cayman First Insurance said it is taking a proactive approach to help their customers feel safe in their homes. The company said all residential clients will be offered a free basic alarm system through The Security Centre with each renewal or new home insurance policy. “Through partnership with The Security Centre, we are pleased to offer our clients this extra protection,” said Michael Gayle, General Manager of Cayman First. “Our clients are important to us and so is their safety.”

For individuals to be eligible for a free basic alarm system they must either sign up or renew their Cayman First Home Insurance Policy through Cayman First or their insurance broker. This facility will also be extended to residents in any strata complex which is insured by Cayman First.

Customer will be given a gift certificate retail valued at $499 CI to be redeemed at The Security Centre Limited towards an alarm system. “We’re happy to be working with Cayman First on this promotion and commend them for taking the initiative when it comes to protecting their clients,” says Frank Brennan, Vice President of Operations atTSCL.

Clients can contact the security firm to arrange a safety inspection to select an alarm system. The firm said that there is a two year minimum period for maintenance and monitoring through centre which representatives of the firm said provides extra piece of mind. If your alarm goes off, The Security Centre Monitoring Station is notified and they call you to make sure everything is okay and will call the police in an emergency. “We recommend that all of our clients monitor their security system and Cayman First clients are no different. It’s like having someone else watching over and protecting your home,” Brennan added.

For more information on this program you can contact Cayman First on 949-7028 or or The Security Centre on 949-0004 or

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