(TFA) -- New services show how consumers have likely overpaid on personal insurance coverage for years. Are the days of overpriced insurance schemes finally over?
A new service claims you can save up to 50% on car insurance in minutes. People say it's possible to receive rates for as little as $9/week thanks to the new program. With these huge claims, we decided to investigate.
We had Kristen Pereira, our in house financial expert, test these types of services out. Kristen came back a few days later to report a number of exciting things, including that she will now save over $700 during the next year. She found many others who have done the same.
Does this mean Kristen was scammed by her previous insurance agent? Well, it's possible since her previous agent neglected to share with her a number of lower cost insurance options. When confronted, her agent said in a hesitant voice,"There are just so many options, and I didn't think you would be interested in that specific one."
Many people fail to realize that the higher your insurance premiums, the more money your agent makes. Because of this, smart consumers now use online tools to receive unbiased insurance quotes.
With average savings of up to 50%, these services have quickly grown in popularity. From our research, we have found Provide Insurance™ to be one of the most trusted and most effective free online services which provide consumers with lower rates. We thank
Provide-Insurance.com for providing such a great service and know they are making an honest effort to bring savings to families across America. You can click here if you would also like to enjoy the benefits of using this free service. Simply enter your zip code to gain access to the system's no obligation quotes. Make sure to click on multiple providers to see your new possible rates.
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