Report: #576702

Complaint Review: Matrix Direct Insurance services,Ronald J. (John) Harris ,Ron Harris and Laura Huffman

  • Submitted: Tue, March 02, 2010
  • Updated: Sun, December 05, 2010
  • Reported By: Ron — Highland park Illinois USA
  • Matrix Direct Insurance services,Ronald J. (John) Harris ,Ron Harris and Laura Huffman
    70 Pine St., New York, NY 10022-0002,
    New York, New York
    United States of America

Matrix Direct Insurance services,Ronald J. (John) Harris ,Ron Harris and Laura Huffman American General Life Insurance Co.,American General Life Insurance Company of New York, Large Insurance Co. SPAMMING Gmail under subsidiary. "Get A Life" New York, New York

*Consumer Comment: Dont buy life insurance from spammers

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The above URL will take you to an advertisement for Matrix Direct Insurance Services (Matrix Direct - 9640 Granite Ridge Drive, Suite 200 - San Diego, CA 92123


( 2010 Matrix Direct, Inc. Agency services provided by Ronald J. (John) Harris in IA, TN and VT; Matrix Direct Insurance Services in CA (#0B57619), ME, MA, and OK; Matrix Direct Insurance Agency, Inc. in UT; and Matrix Direct, Inc. in AR (#246412) and all other states, except SD.)

Matrix Direct, Inc. is a subsidiary of American General Life Insurance Company (AGL) and an affiliate of The United States Life Insurance Company in the City of New York (USL).

Matrix is a subsidiary of American General Life Insurance Company, New York. American General uses Matrix as an Internet entity to SPAM with. When I received the first mailing, i sent it to friends, most of whom are on Gmail Of ten names, two received the identical mail. That's SPAMMING an a large scale.

Spamming as we know is generally not tolerated, is against the 'laws of the internet', is rude, and often works. Wouldn't YOU like to SPAM your business to tens of thousands (millions?), and reap the benefits of reaching so may? You can't, not legally. If caught, there's a plethora of nasty things that happen. Not the case for Matrix Direct Insurance Services, or the Parent: American General Life Insurance Company, New York. It seems it's OK for them.

I want as many as possible to know of a Bank and Insurance company more than willing to break the law to get your business and money. We've heard this about Banks AND Insurance companies before.

Here's an opportunity to tell "them" what you think. Call American General and ask them if they're on the brink of closing their doors (spamming?), or if breaking the laws of the Internet Business Community is just fine for building more business and lovely corporate "get-aways".

From what I can glean, they may be trying to sell the company, and a Goliath Business Knowledge on Demand may be involved with the sale, or perhaps the promotion of. This whole thing stinks. Don't forget, the ORIGINAL SPAMMING address is at the very TOP of THIS PAGE!

Here's their information:

American General Life Insurance Company of New York

Private Subsidiary, Headquarters Location
70 Pine St., New York, NY 10022-0002, United States
(800)874-8743, (212)709-6000,

Primary SIC: Life Insurance, Primary NAICS: Direct Life Insurance Carriers
Description: Insurance: Underwriter of life inusurance (yeap, that's how it's spelled on their HOME PAGE. Now That's Professional).

When I try to get an e-mail address, I'm met with "hemming&hawing". The principles are: Ron Harris and Laura Huffman. Call them if you really dislike Insurance companies Spamming.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Dont buy life insurance from spammers

AUTHOR: Carl Pickens - (United States of America)

Matrix Direct, Accuquote and to a lesser extent have all and most likely still do SPAM.  I personally don't believe SPAM should be illegal, but that technology and consumer advocacy are the answer. 

I was spammed by Matrix Direct two years and just happened to be looking for life insurance, I then googled "instant life insurance quotes" went to which was on the first page and bought from them.

See!  You can take the SPAM's suggestion, but just be sure to give your business to someone else. 

PS I called Matrix Direct and asked for a quote, then laughed and said I got the same application from, eat it!

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