To make shopping for insurance fun, simple, and affordable by getting the protection people really want.
Let's face it. Insurance has always been a boring topic.
This industry has been the same for hundreds of years without any new technology or major educational advances.
Times are changing. And changing rapidly.
The birth of the Insurtech industry is here.
Instead of sitting at an insurance office all day signing paper work that you don't even know what it means, you can now get an instant quote online and have coverage in just minutes.
Welcome to the new world of insurance.
Quite simply for 3 main reasons:
1. Shopping for insurance should be fun, simple, and educational.
2. You should know what type of coverage you need, instead of having to guess.
3. The ability to get the best rates, with the best companies.
That's it. We searched for a website like this for ourselves. Didn't find one, so we said, hell let's create one ourselves.
And that's our story. Policyreviews.com was born.
I’m Cassidy Horton, a personal finance freelance copywriter. I craft action-worthy content for financial services companies. My #1 goal is helping people break the paycheck-to-paycheck cycle and experience financial freedom.
Jessica Waltman is a licensed health insurance agent and business strategy consultant with more than twenty years of experience in health insurance markets, health policy, and executive leadership. Her area of specialty is taking complex insurance requirements and breaking them down so that anyone can understand them.
Phyllis Kentleton is the sole proprietor of KScribes. She is a Financial writer in the areas of personal finance, insurance and Real estate. She provides ultimate guides and all marketing content in the finance arena. She's the host of her podcast LIP Service for Location Independent Professionals.
We make our money through online advertising – which makes this site free for you to use.
We’re not trying to pull a fast one or rip you off, but we do need to pay all of the talented people who work on this site, so we’ve adopted an advertising policy that works best for us and for you.
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We’re not trying to trick you into buying things you don’t want or need, we’re just making you aware of the dynamic you are already involved in, so that you can consciously take part.
Advertising has been rightly and wrongly demonized over the years, but it’s part of keeping the internet free, so working together we hope we can make it a more reasonable payment system for everyone.