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The On Ramp

The Blue Mountain Internet Customer Newsletter

 Issue # 28 February 2006 
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  • Fast Food Facts
  • Medical Online
  • How Did That Song Go?
  • 14 Funnies
  • Online Casinos
  • Auto Insurnace Made Easy
  • That's Amore!
  • February-How Short Tho...
  • Catching up with Colin
  • BMI Expands Support Ho...
  • Let's Talk Viruses
  • POM KJN Enterprises
  • Kudos
  • The Winners Circle

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  • Auto Insurnace Made Easy
    by Tony Abrego
    February 2006
    Have you ever gone to an Insurance company for an auto insurance quote and thought it would take you only to 10-15 minutes? As you sit there waiting for an agent to help you, the phone keeps ringing and you continually get interrupted? And each time the agent returns, you have to start over again. Sound familiar? More than a "little" frustrating?

    I've been there. However, there is a better and faster way to get a quote from an Insurance company. You can go online and begin your search. I prefer Google, because you can type the word Insurance then hit the spacebar and type your zip code. You will get a list of Insurance websites that service your area. Most of the sites allow you to enter specific information and get a quote online - a real time saver, not to mention a money saver because you can compare premiums.

    When you go to a website, you will find some really helpful information about the company. Most of them will have a contact email address so you can email them questions. Some have live support which you can use for instant, one on one communication. And you should find a phone number listed for the company also. Most sites are really good and they have links that help you find answers to your questions.

    When you submit personal information that is requested for an assessment and accurate quote, check the page to make sure it's a secure page. Any company requesting personal information should have a secure connection (so only you and the company can see this information). To verify this, look at the address bar and you should see a little lock icon. Or you might see a key icon in the bottom right corner. This indicates that the page you are visiting is secure so information exchanged is safe.

    That is how you get quotes online - in a matter of minutes - in the comfort of your own home - drinking your coffee...

    Here are a few links to get you started:
    Quick Quote:
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