Thank you for the opportunity! In order to ensure your satisfaction, we have laid out these Terms and Conditions so that you have a pleasant experience.
In order for a gift card to be paid out, the following conditions MUST be met:
Customer Must have a current Home AND Auto Policy in force with another carrier.
Customer Must not currently be insured through our agency, or have been quoted through our agency in the last 12 months.
Only one gift card issued per household, regardless if more than one policy owner exists.
Gift Card will be issued only once all information is received and a full quote is able to be generated by our agency.
Customer agrees to discuss the quote prepared for them with one of our staff, in the event we can provide the same coverage for a lesser premium.
Referring Customer MUST provide a complete copy of their current insurance policy, INCLUDING their current Premium being paid, in order to receive a quote. Without receiving the referring customers complete copy of their current insurance, no referral Gift Cards can be issued. ** See Note below for the reasoning **
*Important Notes About This Program
As you can gather, the intent of this program is to reward potential customers for allowing us to potentially earn their business, which in return helps our company grow. While our intent is to ensure all potential customers are compensated properly, it is important for the above conditions to be met to ensure a fair and reasonable effort is made by all parties. While we understand some customers prefer not to show their current rates when shopping for new insurance, we have found that often times customers who shop their insurance don’t fairly compare similar coverage – to no fault of their own. By requiring a copy of the potential client’s current insurance, it ensures we can truly do an “Apples to Apples” comparison to their current insurance policies. The goal here is to provide adequate coverage at reduced pricing, not cut coverage to win the business. While our competitors in this field tend to sacrifice coverage to win business, this is against our business model; not to mention it’s very unethical!