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Karn Saroya
@karnsaroya · Co-founder & CEO, Cover
Co-founder of Cover here. We’re working on a property and casualty insurance product built from first principles on mobile for millennials. Our product takes in a picture of property you want to insure, and connects you with a network of brokerages across the US & Canada to fulfill the requests. Soon we’ll be binding insurance ourselves. Depending on… See more
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Karn Saroya
@karnsaroya · Co-founder & CEO, Cover
Co-founder of Cover here. We’re working on a property and casualty insurance product built from first principles on mobile for millennials. Our product takes in a picture of property you want to insure, and connects you with a network of brokerages across the US & Canada to fulfill the requests. Soon we’ll be binding insurance ourselves. Depending on… See more
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Cover is probably the easiest way I've seen to get insurance on an object in the real world. All you have to do is take a photo with their app and they'll get you a quote. Need car insurance? Take a photo of your car. Need homeowner or rental insurance? Take a pic of your crib. Want to insure your jewelry? Photograph that bling. They've brought extreme usa… See more
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@deleted_user
I actually used this a few weeks ago when it was featured to insure pet. It was an awesome experience. Didn't have to do any work at all. Love this.
Virginia Barnett
@vbarnett323 · Serial Entrepreneur
This is an amazing idea! Every real estate agent, title agent and property manager should have a link to this app. Plus if the insurance industry is good enough for Warren Buffet, certainly a good CX product like this will do very well.
David Carpe
@passingnotes · Thinker & Layabout
mobile insurance lead generation? am I missing something else? awesome idea for convenience when a desktop is not available, but I'd like to see some strong social proof that rates are superlative versus just "good"