New Website Makes Comparing Medicare Supplemental Insurance Easier and More Efficient Than Ever

New Website Makes Comparing Medicare Supplemental Insurance Easier and More Efficient Than Ever

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Seniors Rely on the First Ever Website with the Power to Compare Insurance Quotes Using Only a Zip Code

 

Miami, Florida / June 23, 2014 / A new website dedicated to providing senior citizens with accurate, affordable, and reliable Medicare supplemental insurance quotes is pleased to announce the launch of its website, which has already attracted more than 1,000 visitors in the first week alone. The site addresses a growing demand for a platform that allows people to easily compare Medicare supplemental insurance. 

Anyone who has searched online for Medicare supplemental insurance plans understands that the process can be very tedious considering the number of available plans and the amount of information insurance companies require before they are able to give an accurate quote.

One of the most appealing aspects of the new Medicare supplemental insurance comparison website is that it does not require people to enter sensitive information that could potentially be used for identity theft, such as credit card information, social security numbers, and home addresses. Amazingly, the website requires only a zip code in order to produce a list of providers that is ranked based on price, quality of service, and how comprehensive the plans they offer are.

“We are proud to offer seniors the best service for comparing Medical supplemental insurance quotes that is available today,” said John Stevens, director of marketing. “We believe seniors deserve to be able to easily access the best plans at the lowest prices and have insurance companies compete with each other for their business. The fact that our service is exclusively online means not only that it is easily accessible, but also that our customers will never have to deal with pushy salespeople or have to make in-person appointments at the insurance company’s office.”

By comparing each company side by side, the site naturally stimulates competition among various providers, thereby significantly lowering the cost of all policies. This puts the shopper in control and places a check on the power of the insurance companies.

“It’s a great feeling knowing that we can help seniors find the best service for their specific needs,” said Stevens. “We know a lot of people are benefiting from the site, and we promise to always uphold our commitment to provide accurate comparisons between quality providers.”

About medicaresupplementalinsurancecomparison.net:

Medicaresupplementalinsurancecomparison.net was created in September of 2012 to help shoppers get the best rates for Medicare supplemental insurance. The website utilizes the absolute latest in price quote technology, and has already received rave reviews from the industry. For more information, please visit http://medicaresupplementalinsurancecomparison.net/

Media Contact:

Medicare Supplemental Insurance Comparison
John Stevens
John@medicaresupplementalinsurancecomparison.net
305-555-2860

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