Where can I get a life insurance cover quote?
As with any financial product, there are plenty of websites offering you online quotes, often virtually instantly. There are a number of ways of obtaining a life insurance quote online. The first is via a search site such as www.lifepro.co.uk, which search the market for the products available to you at the lowest prices. The second is to go direct to the insurance companies websites, whilst the third is to go through a broker. This method usually involves submitting your details and waiting for a response, either by e-mail, phone or post. You may find that sourcing a life insurance policy through a broker can get you the best deal, as brokers, despite being paid by the insurance companies, often get good deals for bringing the business to the companies. Some brokers expect to make a certain amount on securing a financial product for a customer, and pass on any more that the insurance company chooses to pay them to the customer, thus reducing the price you will pay even further.
Any insurance quote you obtain, whether online or otherwise, will be an estimate of how much you can expect to pay for insurance. Before signing up for any new insurance policy, you should compare as many quotes as possible in ensure you have found an insurance provider that is providing the best deal on the level of insurance you require, and this is the key part, since many of the cheaper quotes many not provide quite the level of cover you were hoping for or even need. It is now easier than ever to get insurance quotes over the telephone or online for virtually every insurance policy available, so there is no excuse for not comparing a whole host of providers when applying for insurance.
Obtaining insurance quotes online is very easy. More often than not, you can get a quote in minutes to compare insurance providers by filling in a simple form. When comparing online insurance quotes, make sure you give exactly the same information each time you fill in the form to ensure that the comparisons are accurate. Also make sure that you are under no obligation to purchase when obtaining your quotes and read the small print carefully to ensure that the insurance company will keep your private information just that. Most companies can be trusted in these areas, but make certain, especially when getting quotes from smaller, lesser known or recently established companies, that everything is in order. Many companies will begin sending you advertising e-mails when you ask them for insurance quotes. If you do not want to receive such e-mails, tick the correct option on the company’s web site or use the opt-out feature that all senders of advertising emails are obliged to provide.
Disclaimer: The information contained on this page is not intended, nor should it be construed as providing any form of financial advice or guidance as to which insurance product/policy is right for you. If you are unsure as to which product meets your requirements/needs you should always seek advice from an Insurance Professional.