Automated quotes and applications

Jul 26, 2008

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    Golden Rule has a nice "button" setup for automatic quotes and applications which the client can apply for directly via your own website, and you get the credit. What other indie friendly companies offer a similar set-up for all other life and health products?
     
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    um...they all do.

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    Do all of them have names,and if you know the names could you please share them with the class?
     
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    A is for Aetna
    A is also for Assurant
    B is for Blue Cross
    C is for Celtic. Coventry doesn't have an online app and probabl never will.

    F is for Fortis
    G is for Golden rule
    H is for Humana . . . kind of . . .

    K is for Kaiser Permanente

    T is for Time. Oh wait, we have already covered them. Unless of course they have morphed into another new/old name.

    Who did I miss?
     
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    World. You missed World and their crappy widget.
     
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    Thanks, but just to mention, Blue Cross requires one year of experience at least that is what their website says. I notice a lot of these are health companies, what about life companies, and in particular disability and keyman insurance. Key employee insurance.
     
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    1. In my state, CA, you receive your Blue Cross website as soon as you're appointed. Write your first policy and then worry about a website.

    2. Key man/employee Insurance is life or disability insurance. Just want to clarify that because your sentences are all over the place and imply keyman insurance as a product in itself.

    3. Some non-med life companies have automated quotes/applications such as HSBC and Fidelity and there are no DI companies that I'm aware of where you can get quotes and apply online.
     
    JRoot, Jul 27, 2008
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    CoventryOne has an online app - I have the link & use it frequently.
     
    cadylou, Jul 28, 2008
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    Each state is different for Coventry. The folks in GA can't find their butt with both hands. I am reasonably sure their computer system is made up of TRS-80's.

    They have been promising a lot of things, including an online quote engine and online app for over a year.

    Next quarter is their standard response . . .
     
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    Too late; I already have a website.
     
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