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11 Disability Insurance myths to know before you
apply for a Policy

Most people are not familiar with how disability insurance works. Today we will take a look at what it is so we can dispel some myths about this important policy.

Disability insurance provides you with a continuous stream of income in the event of a disability.

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If Life Insurance Plans Were Cars: How to Look at Various Types of Life Insurance in Canada

Overall, insurance is considered a somewhat boring, though necessary, topic. On top of that, it is not always clear – there are plenty of various types of life insurance products in Canada that work differently. I decided to explain it in a bit of a different and funny way – I hope that you will like it.

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Canadian Condo Review Platform CondoEssentials Launched

condoessentials featured imageInsurEye Inc has announced the launch of a new website: CondoEssentials. The new site is a condo review platform that has been designed to better inform Canadians about real estate, with a particular emphasis on condominiums.

InsurEye has been informing consumers about details of auto,

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Home Insurance Claims in Canada: 2017 Study & Tips for You

The real value of insurance is not just determined by insurance rates. The ability of the company to cover insurance claims, and the ease of the process when the policyholder makes a claim, are also very important.

This is vitally important for home insurance in particular because a home is one of the largest and most valuable assets most Canadians will ever own.

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Home Insurance and Flooding in Canada: Finally Explained

Overall, home insurance is a straightforward product that is easy to understand. There are some types of home insurance, such as house insurance, condo insurance, and homeowners insurance, that are quite similar; that is until flooding becomes an issue. Many people do not understand if they are covered or not.

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Cheap Car Insurance – 7 Things to Know if You Are New to Canada

Something that is quite straight forward for Canadians often turns out to be more complicated for those who are new to Canada. Searching for auto insurance and getting a cheap car insurance policy is one such issue, but we are here to help. Here are some questions you need to answer and steps you need to take to get cheap car insurance if you are new to Canada.

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111 Insurance Myths – Everything You Must Know

Hundreds of websites on the Internet perpetuate insurance myths. In this article, we have summarized all the insurance myths we are aware of and catalogued them by type, starting with home insurance, followed by auto insurance, life Insurance etc. If interested, you can unlock another 20 additional insurance myths at the end of our article.

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Posted in Auto Insurance, Critical Illness Insurance, Disability Insurance, Home Insurance, Life Insurance


Ontario Car Insurance – Will the Premiums Climb Up in 2017?

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Ontario car insurance rates are still by far the highest across Canada. This publication looks, in detail, at these rates and scrutinizes the recent approval of rate changes by the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) to understand what consumers can expect in future.

We also look at several possible scenarios how car insurance rates can develop in 2017.

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Posted in Auto Insurance


Cheap Fleet Insurance Quote – 33 Expert Tips How to Get It

fleet-insurance-quotes Unlike individual car insurance, a fleet insurance quote spans across multiple vehicles and covers significantly more variables.

We discussed all possible ways to save on fleet insurance with an experienced fleet insurance expert, and came up with a list of 33 ideas that will help you to save on fleet insurance.

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Weekly InsurEye Digest: ON Car Insurance Rates and more

Insurance was a hot topic across several news as social media channels last week, from news about auto insurance rates in Ontario to discussions about drone insurance and reports about flooding and storms. So let’s start…

Ontario has the highest auto insurance rates, with Brampton topping the list

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As Canadian insurance comparison platform Kanetix reported,

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Car Insurance in Alberta – Rates Average $1,430 Per Year

Many publications are focused on Ontario’s high car insurance rates, so that’s why we decided to take a look at car insurance premiums in Alberta and provide more transparency about this topic, and how auto insurance quotes differ selected several Canadian provinces.

Car Insurance Rates in Alberta are 25% Lower than in Ontario

Analysis of data in our database indicates that Albertans pay,

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Posted in Auto Insurance


Life Insurance for HIV Persons – Rates and Must-Know Tips

Life Insurance for HIV Persons in the Past

Life Insurance for HIV PersonsHistorically, HIV patients had a lot of difficulties in getting life insurance. In fact, the only type of insurance that was available for them was guaranteed issue life insurance, which costs the most and covers the least. The maximum amount people with HIV could get in those cases was $25,000.

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Insurance Companies in Canada – Who Owns Whom

Insurance Companies in Canada - Property and Casualty - Who owns Whom

Here you can download this infographic as a PDF.

The variety of insurance companies in Canada is not what it appears to be in the Canadian market.

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32 Items Hijacking Your Life Insurance Rates – Infographic

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Condo Insurance Coverage Limits – Are You Underinsured?

Condo Insurance Coverage

Though condo insurance is not a very complicated insurance product, there is often more confusion around condo insurance coverage limits since there are several policies involved into condo protection, including:

  • Commercial Condo Insurance – an insurance policy owned by a condo corporation that typically covers the structure of the building and common areas.

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Cheap Uber Insurance Has Arrived – What You Must Know

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In the last few months there were many heated discussions and arguments about Uber’s ride-sharing services. Apart from the emotional side that Uber drivers put pressure on cab businesses, there was an issue with insurance that had not been properly resolved – what kind of insurance do Uber drivers need and what should it cover?

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Average Home Insurance Cost: Paying Too Much?

Home insurance costs probably represent a considerable part of your insurance budget. It is also an insurance type that you do not want to forget – nobody wants to live without a roof over his/her head. It is not easy, though, to understand if you are overpaying for your current home insurance.

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Car Insurance in Alberta | Exclusive Insights into Insurance Rates

There is a lot of information available about car insurance rates in Ontario and how they are the highest in the country. That’s true — according to our own database of insurance rates, on average Ontario drivers pay $160 per month for their car insurance.

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How does car insurance in Alberta compare to Ontario in terms of insurance premiums?

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Need Home Insurance? 5 Horror Insurance Claims to Be Aware of

If you want to change your existing insurance or need a home insurance policy for your new home, it is better to be informed in advance about the most complicated insurance claims. That will allow you to ask your insurance company the right questions.

Going through a home insurance claim can be a pain.

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Why Share Consumer Life Insurance Reviews? Participate and Win Great Prizes!

Why insurance reviews?

The Internet was a game changer. One way the Internet has shaped our lives is through online product reviews. In the past, only your family and neighbours heard your tirade, or joy, over a deal gone bad or a product you loved. Today,

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Life Insurance After Heart Attack – How Much Does It Cost?

life-insurance-heart-attack-ratesA heart attack is a terrible experience for the person who has one and for that person’s loved ones. There are many reasons why you could suffer a heart attack, from inherited heart disease, stress or an unhealthy lifestyle. If this isn’t bad enough, after you have a heart attack,

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Posted in Critical Illness Insurance, Disability Insurance, Health Insurance, Life Insurance


41 Ways to Reduce Your Auto Insurance Rates

Saving on Car Insurance

Looking for that new car? That means looking for insurance, too. When it comes to insurance, auto insurance is often the most expensive. Ontario drivers pay, on average, $1,917 a year on car insurance. BC drivers pay close to $1,429 per year,

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Does Your Commercial Truck Insurance Policy Protect You Against These 10 Risks?

commercial truck insurance policyBusiness is trucking along in Canada’s road transportation industry. According to Todays Trucking online magazine, by April 2015, North American truckers ordered over 24,000 Class 8 units (i.e. heavy trucks); and while that number was not as strong as last year’s sales, it was due to a backlog of unbuilt orders.

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Car Insurance Deductible: One Major Mistake You Can Avoid

Car insurance is a legal requirement of car ownership, so if you own a car, you are familiar with the word “deductible”; but what is exactly is a car insurance deductible and how can it affect your insurance premium?

Your Car Insurance Deductible Explained

car insurance deductibleSimply put, your deductible is what you pay out-of-pocket when you make a claim.

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Condo Owner Insurance vs House Insurance: 7 Differences You Have to Know

condow owner insurance vs house insuranceThe words “home insurance” is an umbrella term that covers single family homes, condos, cottages, seasonal homes and more. Don’t be fooled. Not all insurance is created equally – especially when it comes to condo owner insurance and single family home insurance. Today we’ll look at seven key differences between these two types of insurance.

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Condo Insurance: All You Need to Know About It and its Traps

condo insuranceCondo insurance is similar to house insurance, but there are some differences that you should be aware of. The main difference is that there are two components of insurance protection for a condo: (1) a commercial condo policy purchased by the condo corporation; and, (2) a personal condo insurance purchased by unit owners.

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Tenant Insurance in Alberta Costs Canadians an Average $25 a Month

tenants-insurance-in-calgaryAccording to data accumulated by the CREA (the Canadian Real Estate Association), Alberta property prices are on the decline.  The average price of a property in Alberta has experienced a slight drop, from $395,552 in July 2014 to $394,977 in July 2015.

Calgary has experienced a similar trend.

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Alberta Car Insurance Costs Canadians on Average $122/month

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It’s well-known that auto insurance premiums in Ontario are the highest in Canada, and this is because of a number of factors such as the quality of roads, high claims costs, high theft rate, etc. But how does Alberta car insurance costs stack up in comparison?

Well,

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Cystic Fibrosis Life Insurance in Canada – What You Need to Know

lungsWhat is Cystic Fibrosis?

Cystic fibrosis is a critical illness that typically affects children and young people and has a life expectancy (on average) of about 37 years. It is considered a critical illness and it impacts various parts of the body, predominantly the lungs and digestive system. 

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Sewer Backup Coverage – Key Things You Need to Know

sewer-backup-insuranceSewer backup coverage is important, however, most homeowner insurance policies don’t cover this type of coverage – which is why you need to find out everything you can about it; particularly if you’re a first time home buyer.

What is Sewer Backup?

Sewer backup is flooding that occurs in your home;

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Uber Insurance in Canada – What You Should Know About It

uber-insurance-canadaUber ride-sharing services have arrived in Canada.  They are currently being used across the country in several major cities, including Halifax, Hamilton, Kitchener-Waterloo, London Ontario, Montreal, Ottawa, Quebec City, and Toronto.  Ride sharing contains many benefits, but it can also make things—like insurance—seem a little complicated.  Here’s what you need to know about Uber insurance in Canada.

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Average Car Insurance rates in Ontario – $1,920 per year

average car insurance rates in OntarioWithout a doubt, car insurance rates represent the highest insurance cost for Canadians. Car insurance cost is significantly higher than the cost of house insurance, and it’s even higher than most life or health insurance premiums. However, car insurance rates vary significantly across Canada. For example, the average car insurance rates in Ontario are $1,920 per year,

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The Average Home Insurance Cost, Ontario – $780 per year

average home insurance cost ontarioWhat are the factors that determine your average home insurance cost in Ontario? Here are a few things you should know about home insurance in Ontario, and what you can reasonably expect to pay.

On average, homeowners pay $780 and renters pay $252,

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Life Insurance for Parkinson’s Patients – What Can You Do

Life insurance.  It’slife insurance for parkinsons patients something a lot of people put off.  You’re healthy, active, and young—why bother with the extra expense right now?  Things can change pretty quickly when something goes wrong, though—when an accident occurs, or when someone is diagnosed with an illness like Parkinson’s disease.  Life insurance suddenly becomes a lot more dire. 

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Cheap Auto Insurance: Periodic Table of Insurance Savings

Cheap Auto Insurance Periodic Table of Insurance SavingsWe created this periodic table so you have a handy reference for all possible savings opportunities, discounts and tips for buying car insurance. You can download a PDF version of the infographic Cheap Auto Insurance – Periodic Table of Insurance Savings here

Cheap Auto Insurance Ideas: Driver Profile

The first category relates to the driver profile and includes eight saving elements.

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Life Insurance with a Pre-Existing Condition – Explained in Detail

Getting a life insurance policy can be complicated, but the situation becomes even more difficult if you have a serious precondition. Since we often receive questions related to types of life insurance people can get when they have particular preconditions, we decided to create a user-friendly reference sheet for you.  

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What Determines Your Motorcycle Insurance Rates – 6 Main Factors.

Motorcycle insurance rates can be extremely high, mostly due to the increased injury and fatality rate associated with motorcycles compared to cars.

The fatality rate for motorcycles is much higher than regular passenger vehicles, according to Transport Canada: in 2013, while the percentage of motorcycles on Canada’s roads was just under three per cent,

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Life Insurance Policies: 15 Fine Print Traps to Know

life-insurance-policies-trapGetting life insurance might seem like a boring task, but at the same time it is quite important to pay attention to the fine print on your policy. Today we will guide you through 15 life insurance policy traps based on InsurEye consumer reviews and discussions with insurance expert Lorne Marr.

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Posted in Critical Illness Insurance, Disability Insurance, Health Insurance, Life Insurance


14 House Elements That Will Definitely Increase Your Home Insurance Costs

There are numerous home elements that will increase your home insurance cost when searching for insurance. Some are related to the building itself, others to things outside of the house. Are any of these elements found in your house?

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home insurance cost – what home elements impact it

1Expensive items: Jewelry,

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How to Lower Home Insurance Costs: 16 Factors Used by Insurers to Calculate Your Rates

If you are getting a new home insurance policy, there are many things that could impact and lower home insurance costs. Today’s blog zooms on this topic and explains, in detail, what could be driving up your rates. These drivers apply both to insurance for a condo and insurance for a house or apartment.

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Buying Life Insurance: 6 Different Ways with Pros and Cons

There are several ways to buy life insurance and some are better than others. We put together a handy overview of purchase options, along with their major differences, pros and cons.

1. Captive Agents

Buying Life Insurance - Insurance AgentBuying life insurance through an insurance agent is the familiar way to buy life insurance.

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15 Winter Insurance Tips for Home: Everything You Need to Know

Winter Home Insurance - HouseWinter brings many surprises, such as those special gifts under the tree, a red robin peeking through the branches of a snow-laden tree or discovering a passion for snowboarding.  It can also bring some unpleasant surprises, such as slipping on ice or having to clear snow off your roof. 

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Life Insurance in Canada: Infographic

Life Insurance in Canada - Insurance Companies Landscape

How well do you know Life Insurance Landscape in Canada? This infographic shows key players in Canadian Life Insurance space. We divided all Life Insurers into several categories:

  • Big Three Life Insurers: Manulife, Great-West Life, and Sun Life
  • Insurers associated with Five Big Banks: RBC Insurance,

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Home Insurance: 44 Ways to Reduce Your Rate

Over the years we have shared many tips that have helped consumers to save on their home insurance. Today, we are happy to present our ultimate list that combines the knowledge and experience of several leading home insurance agents and brokers. We grouped the list into several categories. So, let’s start:

BUILDING AND CONTENT

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Mortgage Insurance: 15 Reasons Why It is a Waste of Money

Mortgage Insurance is a Waste of MoneyBuying a home is exciting but it also comes with a lot of daunting trips to the bank, mountains of paperwork, and talking to realtors and lawyers before you sign the documents for your new home. Just before that purchase is complete, you are likely to hear these encouraging words from your lender:

“If you want,

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Life Insurance for Seniors: 10 Things Others Usually Don’t Tell You

As you age, you start to think more about your legacy and protecting your family’s financial security. You want to leave things in order for the ones you love after you’re gone, but you’re concerned you won’t be accepted for full life insurance because of your age. We’ve asked Chantal Marr of LSM Insurance to share with us her knowledge about this topic.

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6 Worst Life Insurance Stories Shared by Canadians in Their Consumer Reviews

Insurance Reviews and StoriesLife insurance is probably one of the most important insurance products that you buy – it protects your family and those who are important to you. Today we want to share six insurance reviews showing what consumers could face when dealing with life insurance companies. All reviews originate from our independent online insurance review platform (all personal data and company names were sanitized but the original review style was preserved).

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40 Ways to Save on Critical Illness Insurance

Photo Chantal MarrI think you will agree with me when I say that insurance, in general, raises many questions. There is a lack of clarity about how insurance rates are set and what factors impact your price.

Well, it turns out that Critical Illness insurance is even less understood than other insurance types.

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40 Ways to Save on Life Insurance

Photo Chantal MarrThere are countless articles about Life insurance savings tips but normally they suggest not more than 5-10 ideas. We decided to go further and talked to Chantal Marr, a licensed Life Insurance Broker and recognized industry expert who is a Head of LSM Insurance. Chantal has shared with InsurEye his expert knowledge about savings opportunities in Life Insurance.

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101 Insurance Tips to Save on Insurance | Cheap Car Insurance

Save on Insurance, IntroThere are many articles titled “10 ways to save on Home insurance” or “5 Tips to lower your auto insurance costs” etc, but would it not be great to have all those saving tricks and discounts at one place? We created such a list and divided it into two parts: The first one reflects general techniques to lower insurer costs and the second provides you with various saving tips depending on the type of insurance (Home,

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InsurEye is Among 8 CYBF Entrepreneurs Recognized by Telus

CYBF Telus Logo… Back in April, CYBF and TELUS announced a joint partnership to help young entrepreneurs soar to new heights with their businesses…
Last week CYBF (Canadian Youth Business Foundation)and Telus announced that “it is pleased to recognize eight young entrepreneurs and their businesses supported by TELUS’ contribution to CYBF.”
To date,

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CYBF Company Insureye Meets Hon. Brad Duguid, Minister of Economic Development of Ontario

A few weeks ago, as one of the CYBF (Canadian Youth Business Foundation) companies, InsurEye had a unique opportunity to meet with the Minister of Economic Development and Innovation of Ontario, the honorable Brad Duguid. During which it was announced that further investment into the Canadian Youth Business Foundation will be made with the objective to further strengthen and grow the economy.

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Auto Insurance In Nova Scotia: Drivers Pay $1,100 per Year On Average

Auto Insurance in Nova ScotiaCanadian company InsurEye, has launched an Insurance Price Comparison tool for consumers in Nova Scotia to compare auto insurance. This tool has gathered some initial results regarding auto insurance prices in Nova Scotia. The outcome shows that the average auto insurance premium in Nova Scotia is $91 per month (~$1,100 annually).

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Auto, Home and Life Insurance Trust Seal: Introduction

Is it easy to make an informed decision when buying insurance? Let’s think about buying a car from a car dealership for a moment – it is a significantly more complex product than auto insurance. Yet, despite the complexity, it is astonishing how much more information is available for car buyers: car specifications,

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Life Insurance Companies Ratings: Consumer Study

Life Insurance Companies Benchmark CanadaIndependent Canadian company InsurEye conducted a regular consumer satisfaction analysis of life insurance companies (Lifecos) based on independent consumer reviews from InsurEye’s Customer Experience tool. Consumer insurance reviews cover many insurers and their products across the country.

Life insurance companies are rated using two main criteria: Customer Experience and Value for Money.

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Home Insurance Companies Ratings: Consumer Study

Home Insurance Companies Benchmark CanadaIndependent Canadian company InsurEye conducted a regular consumer satisfaction comparison of home insurance companies based on independent consumer reviews from InsurEye’s Customer Experience tool. Consumer insurance reviews cover most home insurers and their products across the country. This includes reviews of both nationwide insurance providers and regional insurers, such as e.g.

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Tell Us What You Think about Your Insurance and Win a $50 Starbucks Card

Starbucks Card for the Best Insurance ReviewDo you want to share your opinion about your customer experience with insurance companies?

To offer Canadian consumers more insight about insurance companies, InsurEye is offering a $50 Starbucks Card to the author of the best consumer review for insurance, submitted till June 12th,

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Ranking of Auto Insurance Products in Canada: Consumer Study

Consumer Study approach explained

Consumer-Study-Auto-InsuranceIndependent Canadian company InsurEye performed a consumer satisfaction comparison of auto insurance companies based on independent consumer reviews from InsurEye’s Customer Experience platform. Consumer insurance reviews cover most auto insurers and their products across the country.

InsurEye Co-Founder Dmitry Mityagin stated: “We plan to conduct such studies on a regular basis so that consumers can stay on top of the current insurance market and make the most informed decisions.”
Ranking of each company reflects weighted and aggregated customer ratings across three main criteria:

Customer Experience

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Study: BC is Home to Canada’s Most Unhappy Auto Insurance Customers

Auto Insurance Attitude in CanadaAuto insurance isn’t everyone’s favourite monthly expense, but just how do Canadians feel about the subject? Canadian company InsurEye has completed an car insurance consumer satisfaction survey to answer the question:  “How do Canadians feel about car insurance and which provinces have the most critical consumer perspective?”

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Innovative Insurance IT Services: Tapping into Social Circles

Insurance is not considered to be an extremely innovative or exciting industry, and with reason. No one wants to be confronted with unexpected surprises when it comes to our protection. Being conservative in the insurance world is not bad, because less risk is a good thing.

Nevertheless, the world is not standing still.

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Top 5 Innovative IT Insurance Services

While insurance is not known as an extremely innovative or exciting industry, new technology has created a platform for a number of exciting insurance information technology (IT) services for both consumers and insurance providers. Here we provide an overview of the top 5 innovative IT insurance services.

#1: Pay as You Drive

IT Insurance Innovation 1Pay-as-you-drive insurance calculates premiums according to an individual’s driving profile,

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InsurEye Peer Comparison for Canadian Consumers Goes Live

InsurEye Peer Comparison ToolInsurEye Inc. is now live with its new innovative online service for Canadian consumers – Insurance Peer Comparison. This service shows users how their insurance spending compares to their peers. Insurance quotes can vary not just by 20%, but by 200% or more. Knowing what peers pay allows consumers to make informed buying decisions and discover providers with the best prices for their segment.

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No Life Insurance? Check Your Credit Card!

Carrier Accident Insurance and Life InsurancdeIt’s always great to discover that we have something for free without knowing it. Free Life and Disability insurance is today’s topic. Recently I saw an interesting statistic that claims that 31% of all causes of death due to injury are Transport accidents.  If you consider only unintentional accidents (i.e.

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InsurEye Became CYBF Entrepreneurs!

CYBF LogoNow it is official: InsurEye became an official CYBF (Canadian Youth Business Foundation) entrepreneurship! We also got an initial funding from CYBF and BDC (Business Development Bank of Canada) to develop our business! We really look forward to our joint work with CYBF – stay tuned for more news!

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New Credit Cards Added to Credit Card Navigator!

Credit Cards InsuranceIf you could not find your credit card in our tool, it is time to check it out again! We added following new credit cards into the Credit Card Navigator including all their details:

Capital One: 

  • Aspire Cash World MasterCard
  • Aspire Cash Platinum MasterCard
  • Aspire Travel Gold MasterCard
  • Fusion Platinum MasterCard

Desjardin

  • Business Advantage Visa Card

Scotiabank

  • No-Fee Scotia Moneyback VISA card
  • Scotia Momentum VISA Infinite
  • Scotia Momentum No-Fee VISA

Hometrust

  • Home Trust Equityline Visa  Card

We hope that adding these cards into the system will provide insights and useful information to more users!

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Insurance You Didn’t Know About: Rental Car Protection

Rental Car InsuranceTravelling and surprises go hand-in-hand and if all surprises were pleasant, life would be perfect. Renting a car for a long weekend trip with friends is a common norm in North America and who is to deny mishaps happen with the best of us. It is unfortunate and sad when they do,

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Protection You Didn’t Know About: Purchase Security

Credit Cards Purchase SecurityIt’s always a disaster to buy a new product and lose it because of an accidental damage or as a result of theft. But it’s even worse not knowing that you can easily recover these losses with the help of Purchase Security option on your credit card. This is exactly what happens to 80% of Canadians who don’t know how to use it as it’s not widely advertised by credit card issuers.

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Extreme Sports Insurance: 5 Key Things You Need to Know

Many of us enjoy doing sports and the best time to try out something new and exciting or spend time enjoying a favourite sport is during vacation! Travel providers attract with exciting promises: Bungee jumping, rock climbing, scuba diving, sky diving, perfect alpine ski slopes – that all is tons of fun!

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Demystifying Credit Card Insurance

How many credit cards do you have in your wallet? Statistics show that today on average Canadians have 3 credit cards. Initially, credit card was a pure banking product whereas today it can carry a multitude of benefits. Unfortunately, most people in our survey were unsure about benefits or protection provided with their credit cards,

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