Flagstaff, AZ (PRWEB) May 02, 2012
Mexpro.com, the leading provider of Mexico Auto, RV, Home, and Watercraft insurance for visitors to Mexico, is launching a marketing campaign to get the word out that MexPro also provides USA coverage for these risks. MexPro has a staff of 15 employees and is best suited among all online Mexico Insurance providers to counsel insured’s about the gaps in coverage between their USA and Mexico policies. “Many providers of online Mexico Insurance do not also offer USA insurance, and may not be familiar with how a consumer’s USA policy can integrate with a Mexico policy to avoid gaps in coverage”, stated Derek Kartchner, Chief Revenue Officer for IIG. Kartchner goes on to explain that many of these one or two person online providers may not even have an office, and may not even be licensed in the insured’s home state. Each state requires that insurance producers be licensed in the home state of the insured to whom they sell a policy.
Mexpro.com’s staff are not only the leading experts when it comes to Mexico Insurance, but are also experts in USA Personal Lines insurance, which makes MexPro the best solution to help customers obtain the proper insurance for Mexico. In addition, they are licensed in every state except Hawaii.
The marketing campaign will remind consumers to verify that the agent or broker who is trying to sell them a policy is licensed in the insured’s home state, and will also caution consumers to check into the size and service standards provided by online providers of Mexico Insurance. “Consumers who buy insurance online from a very small agency without a true brick and mortar presence, and without a robust service staff, and without proper licensing, may be setting themselves up for problems down the road”, stated Jim Labelle, CEO.
The company invites consumers to visit both http://www.mexpro.com and http://www.iigins.com to learn more, or call one of it’s many employees at 1-888-467-4639 to obtain coverage quotes and discuss insurance needs. They also remind consumers to always check with their home state Department of Insurance to verify that the agent soliciting their business is properly licensed in the customer's home state.