Most insurance companies will pay a reward for information that leads to conviction for theft, burglary, arson or robbery in regards to a claim on the policy. This is similar to the Crimestoppers program.

The amount of the reward can differ from one company to another.

Another insurance answer for the definition of reward is the discounts that one can earn as a reward. Discounts can be gained for loyalty, claims-free history, maturity, stability, being conviction-free, occupation and for having more then one policy with an insurer.

The discount percentages and types can differ from one company to another.