HUNT VALLEY, Md.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Travel insurance provider Arch RoamRight has received their 1,000th review on a leading global customer review platform, TrustPilot. With an average customer rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, Arch RoamRight holds an “excellent” rating, the highest category possible in TrustPilot’s customer satisfaction rating system.
Arch RoamRight is among TrustPilot’s highest-rated providers of travel insurance.
“We put the customer first, and that shines through in our online reviews,” said Tim Dodge, Vice President of Marketing for Arch Insurance. “The quantity and quality of our client reviews on websites like TrustPilot are testaments to the tireless efforts of our customer service, claims and technology teams. They work diligently to provide each and every customer with an exemplary experience, many of which are shared with others via online review sites like TrustPilot.”
Founded in 2007, and with over 65 million reviews to date, TrustPilot is known for bringing people and companies together to create ever improving experiences for everyone. To review Arch RoamRight’s long history of TrustPilot reviews, click here.
Arch RoamRight offers travel insurance plans for Americans traveling both domestically and internationally. Arch RoamRight travel insurance plans may help protect you if your vacation plans change, such as if you need to cancel your trip for unexpected reasons or if your luggage is lost or delayed. Travel insurance may also provide medical coverage for emergencies that occur while traveling.
About Arch RoamRight
RoamRight (www.RoamRight.com), an Arch Insurance Company brand based in Hunt Valley, Maryland, provides travel insurance to help U.S. residents traveling around the world. RoamRight offers travel insurance plans for leisure, business, student and group travelers taking both domestic and international trips. From trip cancellation to travel medical insurance plans and an award-winning mobile app and website, RoamRight is an industry leader in innovation and technological solutions. In 2019, Arch RoamRight was given the Excellence in Customer Service Award by Business Intelligence Group, and also won the bronze Stevie Award® for Customer Service Department of the Year in the American Business Awards®.
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