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Insurance Fishing Offers Consumer Tips for How to Find Affordable Insurance Quotes Online

Jan 31 2014, 6:00am CST | by

St. Louis website announces ways to save time, effort in searching for quotes.

St. Louis, MO, January 31, 2014 --(PR.com )-- Insurance Fishing, a leading online resource for those looking to find the best rates for local auto, rental and homeowners insurance, is excited to...

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Insurance Fishing Offers Consumer Tips for How to Find Affordable Insurance Quotes Online

Jan 31 2014, 6:00am CST | by

St. Louis website announces ways to save time, effort in searching for quotes.

St. Louis, MO, January 31, 2014 --(PR.com )-- Insurance Fishing, a leading online resource for those looking to find the best rates for local auto, rental and homeowners insurance, is excited to announce the benefits of shopping for insurance rates on the web. The website, which only launched a year ago, believes that offering these important tips can help anyone see the value of simplifying the entire process of looking for insurance rates, which can often be long and difficult on its own.

For starters, Insurance Fishing points out that using a web-based platform to find affordable quotes is efficient for those looking to find agreeable plans but who have to endure busy schedules. With a full-time job or a week cramped with classroom studies, it's nearly impossible to find time to physically visit an insurance company's office. That's why Insurance Fishing offers entirely web-based service, helping connect you to a live insurance agent in your area with just the click of a mouse.

Even if you can get away from work or school and pencil in some time to head over to an insurance office, how long do you really have? Time slots for in-person meetings with agents tend to get filled up quickly, meaning you could be spending a majority of your time in the waiting room instead of the actual office. Insurance Fishing eliminates these kinds of unnecessary wait times, bypassing them entirely in exchange for more web-based direct access to insurance agents near you.

Of course, there's always the over-the-phone approach. You could call a company, wait to be connected with an agent, then sit on the line and wait for him or her to tell you about some kind of plan you might not necessarily be interesting in purchasing. If you want to hear about more than one option, you may even be met with disdain from the agent who's likely looking to get you off the line as soon as possible. With Insurance Fishing, however, there's no rush and no speeding through a plan you're not comfortable with. That's the benefits of finding the right insurance all online.

Insurance Fishing services customers in the St. Louis, Kansas City, Orlando, New Orleans and Tulsa areas. For more information, visit the company online at www.insurancefishing.com or call (855)534-1811.

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Insurance Fishing
Michael Kiel
(855)534-1811
Contact via Email
insurancefishing.com

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