Loss Payee, Mortgagee, and Producer Notifications


Get more done with less noise.

Lienholder and interested party notifications, return mail, and escrow invoices can be a stress-filled drain on many insurers’ resources. Modernization can help bring order and efficiency to these processes.

CV-Exchange® is here to help turn down the noise on notifications.

Where insurance and lending meet

Informing third parties with insurable interest about changes affecting their collateral can cost your staff time and postage. Chances are, your company is contending with:

Returned mail caused by input errors

Lienholder phone calls and e-mails

Archiving returned notifications

Labor-intensive invoicing

Tame the logistics with data

Loss payee, mortgagee, and interested party notifications

Find and fix defects in lienholder and interested party addresses.

Escrow invoicing

Reduce time between invoicing and payment.

Producer notifications

Alert agents about returned mail.

Turning Down the Noise on Your Notifications

At the intersection of insurance and lending often lies complex processes for keeping third parties with insurable interest informed about changes affecting their collateral.

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Pursuing peace and quiet in third-party notifications

CV-Exchange offers NoticeLink®, a web portal that lenders access to receive notifications, eliminating delays caused by the mail process.

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CV-Exchange: On Demand Product Spotlight Webinar

It can be expensive and time consuming for many insurers to create and maintain notification systems that comply with reporting requirements—and keep up with law and regulatory changes. This effort extends beyond insureds to third parties, including DMVs and lienholder, among others. Learn more about how we can help mitigate the strains on your compliance efforts.

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