Don't all insurance companies add the cost of advertising to your insurance? I
just switched from Allstate to Geico after being with Allstate for 10+ years
and the premium for the same exact coverage on my Dakota was almost 50% less.
Of course I can't say that isn't an 'intro' rate but I got tired of watching
the Allstate commercial where the dude talks about all the discounts you'll
get with an Allstate auto policy. I had no wrecks and no tickets in 10+ years
with them and all I ever saw was premium increases.
Uh, hate to break this to you, but *every* company selling a product
adds the cost of advertising to their product's price. It's something
about that is how business is done.
And, as well, how did you determine they were "werewolves"? Direct
experience, or word of mouth?
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