We are pleased and proud to provide you with our position to the Do Not Call (DNC) list of managing calls to consumers.
Consumers who voluntarily complete our online forms are anticipating and desire timely responses from multiple insurance professionals. It is an implied consent that Internet requests from consumers for solutions to their requested insurance needs, require insurance professionals to respond back via phone, e-mail, fax or mail. Throughout our site, we make the consumer aware that they will be receiving a quote from a real person so they are not surprised when you respond back via phone, e-mail, fax or mail.
The DNC law states: if a person requests information, they can be contacted, despite their status on the DNC list, for 90 days. A seller or telemarketer also may call the consumer, if there is an established business relationship for up to 18 months after the consumer's last purchase, payment or delivery, even though that number has been registered on the DNC list. Also, a company may call the consumer for up to 3 months after the consumer makes an inquiry or submits an application to the company. For additional info, please feel free to visit: http://www.donotcall.gov
Producers with Quote Me Insurance.com, who contact prospective consumers for their insurance needs, are expected to follow proper etiquette. Below are our guidelines:
- The phone number on the prospective lead is the number you are calling
- Should the consumer request you to STOP calling, you honor the request
- Calls should be made during reasonable business hours
- Identify yourself when calling with reason - Quote Me Insurance.com request for quotations
We hope the above information has been both helpful for producers as well as consumers. As the complexity of this law is overwhelming and changing, we promise to keep our site up to date as events change.
As always, any questions, issues, please feel free to contact us at (888) 324-4297.