CD Peacock To Offer Jewelry Insurance Through Zillion
The Chicago retailer will now offer in-store customers instant quotes and coverage.
Through the embedded insurance provider, CD Peacock can offer customers in the store an insurance quote for their jewelry and watch purchase, as well as instant coverage before they leave the store.
With Zillion, the retailer can provide instant protection with no applications, appraisals, or app downloads.
“CD Peacock is well-known for delivering the finest quality and exceptional service to its clients,” said Zillion Managing Director Adam Black.
“Zillion’s embedded insurance marries perfectly with the CD Peacock belief that customers, like fine diamonds, should be forever. It’s a valuable after-sale benefit that ensures clients will be taken care of into the future, and we are thrilled to partner with a company so passionate about lifelong relationships.”
Founded in 1837, the family-owned CD Peacock said it remains “at the forefront of bringing a value-added shopping experience to its guests.”
“At CD Peacock, we are proud of our commitment to lifelong client relationships,” said CD Peacock Vice Chairman Steven Holtzman.
“Zillion’s embedded insurance aligns perfectly with our dedication to the guest experience, and it solves a customer need in a thoughtful and modern way. It’s the digital and frictionless experience that consumers have come to expect.”
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