EverQuote advertisements for insurance quotes.
Beware of using this company to obtain auto insurance quotes. I made the mistake of applying to an advertisement from this company about four weeks ago, and after completing its form, I was overwhelmed with quotes and/or requests for more information from multiple insurance companies many I had never heard of. These kept coming for several days, and some companies just wouldn’t give up. I had opened Pandora ’s Box.
However, the major problem that I experienced was due to this company publishing all of my personal information on the internet, i.e., my name, address, make and model of my vehicle, my phone number, my email address and more. This information has appeared and popped up from time to time when I am checking my email, like when I viewed a simple food recipe on Food.com. The message that appears suggests that anyone who has my make and model vehicle in The Villages, FL, should check out the message for low rates. When one does this, all of my information appears for all to see.
I have sent this company email messages requesting that it cease publishing my information, and I have also called the phone number given by this company for the same purpose. My first call got me a recording to the effect that no one was available and that I should call again later. When making two additional calls, I got a recording of a male employee who requested a phone number and his promise to call back; he never did. The last time I called I was able to leave a recording and in my message I requested once again that the company stop publishing my information and that it return my call; all to no avail.
In spite of my efforts, all of my personal information has appeared once again just a few minutes ago while viewing an email message. This is a DANGEROUS company, please BEWARE.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend