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As a pet parent, when your fur baby gets sick or injured, the last thing you want to be worrying about is whether you can afford treatment.

Innovating the pet insurance claims experience, GapOnly™ reviews and calculates your claim while you’re still at the vet. You simply pay the gap (the difference between the vet’s invoice and the pet insurance claim benefit under your policy) and go.

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For example, if you have a pet insurance policy with an 80% benefit cover and you get a $1,000 vet bill, your policy would provide $800 benefit cover if the claim is approved.

Before GapOnly™, you would pay the full $1,000 bill upfront, and wait for the $800 benefit to be processed and returned over a few days.

With GapOnly™, your claim is processed on the spot, and you simply pay the gap of $200 and go.

It keeps the focus on the health of your pet, not the cost of treatment, with the added convenience of no paperwork, on-the-spot processing, and less out-of-pocket expense.

More ways to claim with GapOnly™

GapOnly™ claims can be processed at any stage of the pet treatment process:

Consult (Pre-Approval)

The vet requests a pre-approval on your behalf for the proposed condition and procedure, to ensure its covered under your pet insurancepolicy.

Treat (Pre-Discharge)

The vet submits the GapOnly™ claim on your behalf, ahead of you picking up your pet after treatment.

Discharge (On the Spot)

The vet lodges the GapOnly™ claim while you’re still at the vet, and it’s assessed within 10 minutes.

GapOnly™ is currently offered to the below pet insurance customers.

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Disclaimer: GapOnly™ is a trademark owned by PetSure (Australia) Pty Ltd (Petsure), ABN 95 075 949 923, ASFL 420183. Insurance products are issued by The Hollard Insurance Company (ABN 78 090 584 473; AFSL 241436) and administered by PetSure through its Authorised Representatives and distribution partners. Any advice is general only and may not be right for you. You should consider the relevant Product Disclosure Statement or policy wording available from the relevant provider to decide if a product is right for you.

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