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Join Petplan's Commission Scheme and raise more money for your charity in return for generating pet insurance sales. Pet insurance is an important part of responsible pet ownership and providing 4 weeks free Petplan insurance can help to add value for your adopters.
It's quick and easy to register for the scheme and there's no cost to you.
Petplan provide a range of free materials to make it easy for you to promote the benefits of pet insurance to your adopters and visitors.
There are two great Petplan offers for you to promote to your adopters:
4 weeks free insurance for dogs, cats and rabbits
Your adopters can be reassured with our 4 weeks free insurance for dogs, cats and rabbits you rehome.
Adopt a horse and 10% of your premium goes back to charity
You can also display Petplan Equine leaflets which allow your adopters and visitors to donate 10% of their premium back to your charity when they buy insurance for their horse or a Rider Plan policy.
Working with Petplan is an easy way to earn additional income for your charity. Providing 4 weeks free pet insurance is a great way to add value for your adopters and each time an adopter continues their cover and takes out a full policy, you will receive 10% of their premium, and 10% each year they renew their policy.
Commission is paid monthly and a commission statement and cheque will be sent to the contact name and address provided upon registration for the scheme.
It’s free and easy to register. Simply click here to complete the form and we will contact you within the next few days to confirm your registration and Petplan reference number. Once you have your Petplan reference number you will be able to access this website and start to earn commission right away.
Click here for full Terms and Conditions relating to the Commission Scheme.
Join Petplan's Commission Scheme and receive confirmation of your Petplan reference number.Join now
Register for this website and start earning commission today.Register now