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Reviewed by Chris Harrigan
Former Auto Insurance Claims Manager

UPDATED: Oct 7, 2020

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Key takeaways...

  • North American aspect of Coface began in the early 1990s
  • Coface is headquartered in New Jersey
  • Credit insurance offers coverage for domestic and export accounts\

The car insurance review is of Coface North America, which is headquartered in New Jersey. Coface North America also has offices in New York, Boston, Metairie, Louisiana, and New Haven, Connecticut.

The North American aspect of Coface began in the early 1990s. By 2006 Coface North America had expanded considerably by acquiring Newton and Associates, a commercial debt recovery firm.

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What Coface North American Insurance Has to Offer

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The Coface North America was founded in 2003 as a way to provide United States businesses with credit insurance policies.

Credit insurance offers coverage for domestic and export accounts receivable and protects them from bad debt.

Credit insurance also makes sure that a company will be paid for services or merchandise that is delivered to its customers.

Typically, credit insurance will cover the unpaid balance of credit from a sale made to a company’s customers.

Credit insurance is a great way to protect a company against significant loss and give a company the ability to expand their business by extending a larger line of credit to its customers.

Coface North America currently keeps track of over 50 million companies in more than 200 countries.

Coface North America does not offer personal car insurance, but there are a lot of car insurance companies in your area that offer personal plans.

To see car insurance rates for these companies compared side-by-side, just enter your zip code to at the bottom of the page to begin!

References:

  1. http://www.coface-usa.com/
  2. https://www.usa.gov/about-the-us
  3. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trade_credit_insurance
  4. https://www.nationwide.com/auto-insurance-coverage.jsp