QuotesAuction.com Finances Insurance Agents’ Leads

QuotesAuction.com, nation's leading insurance leads provider, finances insurance agents’ leads to help them increase their book of business.

North Hollywood, CA, May 19, 2007 --(PR.com)-- QuotesAuction.com has further enhanced its commitment to help insurance agents succeed by financing their main expenditure - cost of leads. With QuotesAuction.com, insurance agents no longer have to prepay for insurance leads or commit to a long term contract to increase the volume of their sales. QuotesAuction.com is now financing insurance agents’ leads purchases from its’ leads generation program.

Expensive yellow page ads or bus stop advertisements no longer produce profitable results for insurance agents. In the digital age, more and more insurance consumers are turning to the Internet to shop for insurance through websites like http://www.2insure4less.com for fast, free and easy comparison of multiple insurance quotes provided by local insurance agents.

To help insurance agents succeed companies like LeadsClearance.com and QuotesAuction.com have stepped up to help insurance agents find qualified customers. The difference between the two sites is that http://www.LeadsClearance.com allows insurance agents to preview leads and cherry pick the desired ones before buying, while QuotesAuction.com allows insurance agents to pre-select the desired geographical area and other criteria and receive insurance leads in real time environment.

Buying insurance leads proven less costly than conventional advertising, while delivering a higher return on investment. Many insurance agents can not take advantage of this form of marketing to increase their book of insurance business because of cash flow problems. To give all insurance agents equal opportunity and help new agents succeed, QuotesAuction.com has begun to finance all insurance leads purchases from its’ leads generation program.

For more information on insurance leads financing call 800-647-2164 or visit http://www.QuotesAuction.com.

Frank Minak