What’s the first thing we do when we are considering buying a new book, taking a holiday or even enjoying a meal out at a new restaurant?

We reach out via the internet for some reassurance. A little validation if you like…

Think about it for a second – If thousands of people have reviewed the latest New York bestseller, and the consensus is that it’s a “goodie”, aren’t we more likely to swipe our debit card and buy the book?

The same is true for holidays and most purchasing decisions we make.

It’s a fact that social proof helps drive purchases! “If it’s good for them, it will be good for me!”

Are insurance purchases any different?

Before we get into that, consider your options when looking to buy an insurance policy:

  • You could get in touch with a broker or financial advisor
  • You could go online, research your options and buy one direct (cutting out the middleman)

There are problems with both these options, though.

Let’s start with the obvious. You know that if you spent the time (time being the operative word) researching insurance companies and their product offerings online, you might be able to make a reasonably informed purchasing decision.

But you aren’t likely to go down this road because you don’t have the time or the inclination.

That leaves you with the broker/financial planner option.

We aren’t knocking good, honest people who sell insurance for a living, but the truth of the matter is that most insurance salesman represent only one or two companies.

Are the products they are trying to sell you, the right products for you?

That’s always the nagging feeling you get when you meet someone selling insurance, right?

If you don’t have the time and you don’t want to see a broker, how else are you supposed to know what types of insurance products you should be looking into?

What if we told you that we know what people, like you, are considering, when it comes to insurance products?

Would you be interested in finding out?

Our Free Insurance Savings Report is available to anyone who is interested in finding out which products are best suited to them.

We use thousands of purchasing decisions on our website to paint a picture of what people like you are considering.

If we knew that thousands of people had bought a funeral plan through our website and that most of them (hypothetically) are female and between the ages of 40 -45, wouldn’t that information be extremely useful in the hands of a consumer, looking to get an idea of the types of products they need?

Especially if that consumer was 40 and a female?

We think we are in a very fortunate position to be able to use this information to help you find the products you need.

Interested in getting your hands on a Free Insurance Savings Report?

It’s as simple as clicking this link and starting a chat with our friendly bot.

Until next time.

The MoneyShop Team