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Why is it legal for insurance companies to send you a e-mail that forces you to accept there offer without you seeing the quote
Good Morning David. Companies send out offers to entice new customers all the time.. As a consumer, if you’re unsure about something you have the right to contact the company and let them know that you need more information. You can thank them for sending the email, but make it clear you need to know what the quote is before you will accept any offer. In this day and age when everyone is being inundated with emails and text messages from companies trying to sell you a service, it’s our job as consumers to make sure we have a clear understanding of the offer. This could mean having to follow-up with the company by phone or in person if necessary. Thank you David for your question. In addition to our Ask The Experts Forum, Company Reports, and Complaint services, we offer many other free consumer services, including Customer Reviews, Resource Guides and Scam Alerts. Here is the link to review our services: https://www.checkbca.org/consumers.aspx. I would also like to let you know about our Consumer Ally program. It was made for a community of consumers, like yourself, who share our mission of protecting people like you from being scammed by promoting first-rate business practices and warning other of scams. It's free to sign up, which you can do here: http://www.checkbca.org/consumer-ally.If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me directly at email@example.com. Thank you
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