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Ex-soldier launches new price comparison site

by John Saunders
22nd Aug 19 12:30 pm

A brand-new price comparison site aimed at helping those in the military (both serving soldiers and veterans) to find competitively priced insurance products at the click of a button has just been launched this July, becoming the very first military price comparison site on the UK market.

The company, Forces Compare, is founded and run by ex-serving members of HM Armed Forces. It’s founder, ex-para Alfie Usher decided to create the company after finding that there weren’t any insurance comparison websites for those in the military, and came up with the idea of ‘using other veteran-owned companies via the “veteran-owned” network to support the community’.

Usher wanted to create a comparison site that meant that ‘ regardless of being the CGS or a soldier joining AFC you’d have a platform you could utilise to match your insurance needs.’

Forces Compare has certainly achieved this, specifically working with highly reputable, military insurance specialists that users can browse, accessing 100’s of quotes on: military contents, travel, bike, motor, pet, military kit and personal accident insurance, all through completing one single form online.

Partners of the website include Quotezone, Towergate Insurance and Forces Solutions.

Entrepreneurial Usher had previously published a book recounting his times as a soldier, which sold over 4,000 copies online.

The site also provides serving and ex-military members the ability to browse competitively priced military mortgages, military motor finance options and in the near future, browse military savings accounts and ISAs too. Forces Compare can also assist those in the Armed Forces legal claims, providing support and advice on things such as MOD housing claims, MOD legal services, and military tax refunds.

For more information, visit https://forcescompare.uk/

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