Report: #928336

Complaint Review: highriskhealthinsurance.org

  • Submitted: Thu, August 16, 2012
  • Updated: Thu, August 16, 2012
  • Reported By: Jessica — Knoxville Tennessee United States of America
  • highriskhealthinsurance.org

    Internet
    United States of America

highriskhealthinsurance.org all web leads Scam to sell your info! Internet

*UPDATE EX-employee responds: You asked for quotes

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I clicked on this site, assuming it was more likely to be legit since it ends in ".org." The second I submitted some basic information, my phone started ringing off the hook with countless agents offering me insurance from companies I've never heard of. This site is basically just a ploy to get people's information to sell.
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#1 UPDATE EX-employee responds

You asked for quotes

AUTHOR: TxJasmine000 - ()

" I submitted some basic information," you stated.  You entered your name, address and phone number.  You were the one who requested quotes on the World Wide Web.  That is why you received calls.  Why are you surprised that you were called?  The calls were to assist you in getting the quotes that you asked for.  Just because you have not heard of the companies does not mean they are not legitimate. 
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