The Insurance Company Ratings Plan

Insurance Company Rating Plan 


How do you rate or compare something you
cannot see, feel, touch, smell, hear?

Insurance is unlike any other product in the world.

To sell it insurers have carefully devised a wide varitey of tactics to get you to buy their invisable products which are only promises for future delivery.

To this end insurers use comparatives that sound, look and feel good to trick consumers into believeing what they want you to believe.


One insurers says We are the largest

Another says, Like a good neighbor.

and another, We are on your side.

alnother Your in Good Hands

another Like a Rock

and another Our Agnts are friendly

Some even brag that they pay fast.

Can they all be telling the truth?

For instance large companie brag abut how much money they have so you can feel secure.  


What they Say


What they Mean


Most insurance companies like to brag about their financial strength.


Others like to brag about who they insure.

Others like to brag about their friendly agents.

Others like to brag about their low, low prices.

Most will brag about all of the above.

Yet none of that matters!
There is only one reason to purchase any insurance policy:
and how they are paid when you have one!

The Consumer's Action Plan gathers and shares this vital information with its members using an exclusive method.

The insurance company you have today, or choose tomorrow, is the one you will have to live with when you suffer a loss. Therefore, the most important decision in buying insurance is NOT how big, or who they insure, the agents or the price you pay. The one thing that matters is how this company will treat you when you ask them to pay you a large sum of money when you have to file a claim.

Don't be fooled. The only way to intelligently compare insurance companies is by how they pay claims and treat victims. And not by any other means. Their net worth means absolutely nothing if they dodge you and delay paying the proper amount of your claim.

Today you have two choices...
Become a member of The Consumer's Action Plan and learn how to outsmart insurance companies by using their own rules against them!


Continue to do what you've always done and get ripped off!
There is real strength in numbers. Negotiating with an insurance company single-handedly is like playing tennis against a hundred people on the other side of the net.







We have a tons and tons of money and we got that way because we are better at selling illusions than we are at paying claims.