San Diego, California (PressExposure) July 23, 2011 -- With the recent advent of a Payment Protection Program, Platino Interprise S. A mitigates these threats by offering Payment Protection which will pay your Utility Bills in case of an accident, job loss, sickness, and disability leading to loss of income.
What is a Payment Protection Program: This program helps customers to cover regular household expenses, such as utilities, if unable to work due to accident, sickness, disability or involuntary unemployment for up to 3 months or until returning to work. It provides customers with reassurance to pay bills and maintain their standard of living. Monthly payments are paid directly into the customer's Utility Bill account without any medical underwriting.
Platino Interprise S.A offers protection to individuals, by offering to pay their Utility Bills, if one of these unfortunate events happens. For this Platino charges a small monthly protection fee and provides peace of mind to Americans during this economic turmoil currently happening.
Thanks to Platino Interprise S.A for making life predictable to an extent!
ABOUT PLATINO INTERPRISE S.A.
Platino Interprise S.A is a privately held Chilean company, headquartered in Santiago Chile. The company offers specialty protection programs through marketing partners, affinity groups, corporations and direct to consumers. Platino Interprise S.A. represents the new model of marketing and administrative services backed by the founders' extensive experience in the insurance and marketing industries. Platino Interprise S.A. programs are sold through agencies, online marketers, affinity groups, associations, call centers, membership groups and soon nationally syndicated cable TV. Platino Interprise has expertise in creating, developing, marketing and administering a wide variety of specialty protection programs including, but not limited to: extended warranties (consumer and business products, home and auto), travel programs (insurance and travel services), non-insurance benefits (club, membership, credit card), specialty programs (cell phones, smartphones, embedded and optional bank programs), and more.