Many are just convinced they have a pretty good deal, and leave it at that, without realizing how much that assumption is costing them
(PRWEB) December 05, 2012
SCB Insurance Group, a leader in the Life Insurance industry, announces that they will now provide a free report on how to not overpay for life insurance. When it comes to considering life insurance options like burial insurance, SCB Insurance Group understands that making the right choices for consumers and their families can be daunting. So, in order to help make the right decision, the company takes a commonsense approach by asking the right questions, listening to the answers, and only then recommending the type of solution that fits the particular needs of the consumer.
Shea Cameron of SCB Insurance Group commented that she has clients who never realize they’re overpaying for their policies until they are presented with all of their options. "Many are convinced they have a pretty good deal, and leave it at that, without realizing how much that assumption is costing them."
"Consumers who purchased new homes a few years ago, also purchased a Mortgage life insurance policy to cover the mortgage. It turns out that many were paying more than double what they should have if they had shopped around. The information in the free report saves consumers a lot of money on their Mortgage Protection Insurance, and the bottom line is that most busy people buy a policy, place it in a drawer, and forget about it. Many just do not have the time to pay attention to those price increases." states Shea Cameron of SCB Insurance Group. "Today, insurance rates are very competitive and savvy shoppers can efficiently meet their insurance needs without spending a fortune, if they know where to look."
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SCB Insurance Group is headquartered in the Buckhead section of Atlanta, Georgia. SCB Insurance Group offers a combination of life insurance and annuities for personal lines.
To receive the free report that explains how the program works in detail, consumers may call toll-free 1-800-894-0984.