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My brother just started selling insurance with liberty mutual. What are good ways to get customers?
He should consider buying Internet leads. They are especially good because they are generated by consumers seeking solutions only minutes before the lead is emailed.Internet leads are pre-qualified in the sense that proactive consumers have performed a search, looking for a solution to a problem...

What is the right way to hand a car title over to an insurance company?
If you have a signed agreement with your insurer, then send them the title(certified mail - return receipt requested).

Accidentally gave the wrong auto insurance info?
I wouldn’t worry about it. That happens more often than you think due to people being shaken up at the scene of an accident. If the other person or other insurance carrier contacts you, explain what happened and give them the Metlife claim# and the adjuster handling it. The mix up will be eventually...

What type of Auto Insurance covers vandalism and damage to a car?
Comprehensive coverage or FTC (Fire, Theft, Comprehensive) covers vandalisms, theft, fires and things of that nature. If your car (parked or otherwise) is struck by another, you would use your Collision coverage. If your car is struck in a hit and run or by a uninsured driver, Uninsured Motorist...

Can anyone tell the pro and cons of have auto insurance with AARP?
It's not AARP's insurance. They aren't an insurance company.They put it out to market, and whoever promises a larger discount (where allowed by state) gets the referral. All they do, is refer you over to someone.Source(s):agent, 21+ years