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About Provide-Insurance.com

Provide Insurance makes it easy to compare numerous car insurance, life insurance and home insurance prices over the internet or by phone. Signing up is fast and free and there is no obligation. They will provide a maximum of 8 quotes from the hundreds of insurance providers they work with. No matter what your situation is they will help you find insurance to meet your needs; if you are unemployed, your credit is low or you have a poor driving record they are still able to help you.

After you sign up and submit your information, they will provide you with quotes from insurance companies in your area. From there you will be connected with representatives from those insurance companies who will provide you additional information and answer any questions you have.

Provide Insurance is an independent contractor and is not a part of the actual transaction between you and the insurance agency. They do not issue insurance policies nor do they offer or sell any other products. Connecting potential consumers to insurance companies and selling leads to insurance companies is their sole purpose.

It is important to get a number of quotes using different sites so you are sure to get the best price. Review all of your available options and compare all of the coverage details to make sure they coincide. It is wise to compare quotes with some of the long-standing, leading, insurance providers because it gives you a standard base of comparison. Some online insurance quote providers and online insurance companies can offer great deals by avoiding agent commissions. These commissions increase your insurance rates a lot because you are essentially paying for the insurance coverage as well as the agent’s commission.

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Pushy phone salesman

Reviewed By Richard T. on November 29, 2013, South Pittsburg, TN

I figured this it was some kind of scam, but what the heck, I was bored so I filled out the form. When I got up the next morning, I had six missed calls and didn't wait too long before a fellow named "Corey" called me. He took the info for my auto and driving record and then made the mistake of asking me how much I currently paid for auto insurance.When I told him that it wasn't necessary for him to know that figure in order to provide a quote for me, he got a bit testy with me, telling me," I thought we were having a business relationship here." I still wouldn't.give him the figure, telling him, "Just give me the quote and then I'll tell you if it's higher or lower than what I pay now". Then he gives me a ridiculously low number...$72.00 for six months coverage at 100,000/300,000! I said," well, that's plenty cheap, what insurance company is that?", at that point, he got pretty irritated, and told me if I made up my mind to buy, call him back, and gave me a number. His voice reminded me of one of those "Jersey Shore" guys....I think his name was, "The Situation".

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No option for a 0 stars

Reviewed By George on October 1, 2013, Brookfield, WI

Waste of time. They do not do anything other than collect your info, and provide generic links to other insurance companies.

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Don't waste time on this

Reviewed By andy on September 26, 2013, S.F. CA

I don't get quote as they promise, but list of insurance companies.
Totally wasting time!

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no phone number listed

Reviewed By steve on September 21, 2013

Where is there phone number .Is the only way to get the number is after you give them all your info. I don't give out any info unless I have a phone number and call them first .

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Spammer hell

Reviewed By Anthony Spradling on July 2, 2013, Fort Lauderdale FL

I went to the site and it will not let you leave until you fill out the "2 min form". I tried to close out google chrome and the site stopped that too. I hit various links on the page and ended up with 2 windows of the same thing. I filled out a fake form and its still there, both of them. I guess I have to restart my computer with chrome open.

Do not click on their link and tell your friends!

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Useless

Reviewed By Sharon on May 1, 2013, Ballwin MO

I wanted to get quotes and that is what they said I would get. But all I got was a list of web sites for insurance companies. I don't like being lied to. Scammers!

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Spammers who lie.

Reviewed By Ken G. on November 3, 2012, Chicago, IL

This website is one that promises to provide you with "tricks" and "secrets" that insurance companies don't want you to know. When you enter your information, the only thing they do is link you to legitimate insurance providers such as Geico, State Farm, Progressive, etc.

There are no tricks or secrets.

Oh, wait. There IS one other thing they do when you use their services. They get paid for spamming you.

Do not give your money to spammers.

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BJD
January 04, 2013

I am so tired of liars masquerading as "helpers"... Marketing and lying. whats the diff?

bigT33
January 11, 2013

There is no difference; People must realize that one cannot get reliable information from the internet, unless one has sound, certifiable evidence that the purported information is being offered by a legitimate source, i.e. Agency, company corporation, institution, etc. My advice is to be totaly aware, cautious, slow on the trigger....

mainlymisanthropic
February 24, 2013

It seems like I remember a campaign about "Truth in Advertising" from a long time ago, but it must've been a dream, because IMHO ad campaigns tend to have identified the very weakest point in any given business and adveertise it as their strongpoint. My opinion was formed from examples from my own experience.

This is some real BS!
March 07, 2013

I hope that people are reading this before they actually use provideinsurance.com

It is such a waste of time. The insurance companies have you by the balls living in Florida.

lola smith
March 30, 2013

Thank you for the heads up

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