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NetQuote Inc.

NetQuote was established in 1989 by Keith Lawton and Harvey Lawton when they created the first telephonic insurance premium search service. This service was called Telerate Inc. the created Telerate because they recognize the need for a shopping/marketing solution and it was recognized that technology would be able to answer the common problems related to find the inappropriate insurance provider.

In 1991, Keith and Harvey Lawton teamed up with Chris, who also had a insurance marketing business. His business auto insurance shopper Inc., and Telerate Inc., merged in 1993, after which they launched an Internet-based platform and we named the company Netquote.

Today, NetQuote Inc. is the insurance industries largest lead generator. NetQuote is also the Internet’s number one site according to its visitor count.

NetQuote connects customers to agents from all top insurance companies. NetQuote is like an eBay for insurance coverage. The agents compete for a clients business by offering the lowest or, more comprehensive coverage option for the cost of coverage.

Anyone can use Netquote. It is fast, easy, and most of all pain-free. All you have to do is complete, a short the online request form for the type of insurance, who require and submit. NetQuote automatically matches you to local insurance providers and national insurance companies so that you can compare the quotes and services offered. The last step to being insured by using NetQuote is to select the company and policy that fits you best.

NetQuote can match clients to insurance providers, and the following fields:

  • Automotive insurance
  • Home/renters insurance
  • Health/life insurance
  • Group health insurance
  • As well as business insurance

NetQuote Inc. has its headquarters in Denver, Colorado. So far, the company has been in business for close to 20 years and has over 100 employees. Despite its age, NetQuote has provided services to over 25 million visitors and has processed more than 600,000 applications every month!