Release Date: 22 January 2009
Release ID: 3382
2insure4less.com has been helping consumers save money on insurance since 2004.
North Hollywood, CA ( Freightnet ) January 21, 2008 — 2insure4less.com has been helping consumers save money on insurance since 2004. As part of a continuing dedication to educating consumers on insurance issues, 2insure4less.com recommends all individuals assess their insurance needs and coverage for the New Year. “Having too little coverage can set one up for financial disaster,” explains Eric Oster, CEO of 2insure4less.com. “However, an insurance shopper can save money by getting just the right amount of coverage, not too low, or too high,” he explains.
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