Aug 19 2013

Americord Maintains Highest Quality Guarantee

Posted by Martin Smithmyer

Americord has the highest Quality Guarantee out of all the private cord blood banks in the United States.

What is a Quality Guarantee?

A Quality Guarantee is an insurance policy for our clients. If there comes a day when a client needs to use their cryopreserved stem cells and they are inviable for any reason, Americord will pay up to $90,000 to help them find an alternative treatment to help them with their disorder of disease. This can mean paying for their treatment or paying to help find another cord blood or bone marrow donor.

Why Does Americord Have A High Quality Guarantee?

The simple answer to this is because we are committed to our customers. We want to ensure that our clients have a protection plan if they ever need their stem cells and they are inviable for whatever reason. Many companies do not have a high quality guarantee or one at all. However, we stand behind the Americord $90,000 Quality Guarantee; it has now been over a year since it was implemented and it is still the highest guarantee in the industry.

Americord’s Costs and Advantages

While offering cord blood banking at a highly competitive price ($2999 including 20 years of storage) we’ve kept ahead of the industry in terms of customer service and quality. We want more parents to be able to afford cord blood banking and we want parents to understand that they are in good hands if they choose to bank with us. Our Quality Guarantee provides parents with the peace of mind that should their cells be needed for use in treatment, and the cells fail to engraft, we will help to defray the cost of procuring an alternative source of stem cells.  We are committed to improving our service and our industry, find out more of our recent activity in the press section of our website. Americord’s industry-leading $90,000 quality guarantee is one of many steps we take to offer parents-to-be greater peace of mind and lower financial stress as they prepare for the birth of their child.

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