After getting multiple auto insurance quotes each in the thousands of dollars range, you see a quote for just a few hundred and you think to yourself, “ding ding ding. We have a winner!” Well, hold on just a minute, before you click the “buy” button; consider whether this may be a fake car insurance scam.
According to the NASDAQ website, “An insurance card can be faked, either on paper or electronically. Many folks try it. But you can’t outrun the Internet. States are rapidly adopting real-time electronic verification systems that check for a current policy in seconds.”
So, how do you know if you’ve been given a quote for a fake company? If you receive a price that’s dramatically lower than the rest, especially from a company you’ve never heard of, that should warrant a little checking. Or, you can just visit www.safeauto.com, to get a quote for one of our state minimum auto insurance policies from a company you can trust.