(PRWEB) September 7, 2004
Concord, NC (PRWEB) September 7, 2004 Â XpressInsurer.com, a North Carolina based company, has solved an age old problem for customers by allowing them to obtain 20 auto insurance quotes without calling 20 different agents. They have eliminated the headache for their customers by allowing them to get multiple auto insurance quotes at one time and purchase a policy at the same place.
XpressInsurer.com gives their customers two ways to obtain auto insurance quotes. Customers can call or they can fill out a quick quoting form online and submit it to XpressInsurer.com for processing. Unlike their competition, XpressInsurer.com does not give instant online insurance quotes for the simple reason that they shop 20 companies. This gives the customer 16 more auto insurance quotes than the average online auto insurance broker gives to their customers.
Gaby Ramos, an agent for XpressInsurer.com, believes that XpressInsurerÂs unique quoting process is what generates their customer retention and promotes new clients via word of mouth. She said, ÂCustomerÂs use XpressInsurer.com because they do not want to spend all day on the phone. They would rather that we do the shopping for them so they can enjoy their time with family and friends.Â
XpressInsurer.com has made shopping for insurance easy. They have a service that many consumers have looked for and have never found. XpressInsurer.com understands that consumers today do not want to spend hours shopping for insurance online or on the phone; they want someone to do that time consuming work for them. XpressInsurer.com has solved the problem with a one outlet, one source, from beginning to end process that allows their customers to obtain multiple quotes and buy auto insurance at the same place.
XpressInsurer.com is a subsidiary of Pegram Insurance. They have been in business for 22 years and have a combined 100 years of experience in the insurance industry. XpressInsurer is the largest independent agency group in North Carolina and currently gives out quotes in both North Carolina and Colorado.