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Is Matrix Direct a Scam?

Matrix Direct Scam

Matrix Direct is far from being an objective source for life insurance quotes, but Matrix Direct is far from being a scam.

Websites that actually provide life insurance quotes are great, and when I say provide life insurance quotes I don’t mean forward your information to others. Matrix Direct, SelectQuote, Accuquote and Efinancial do provide life insurance quotes online.

The problem with Matrix Direct? They are owned by AIG, yeah that company. As a result of Matrix Direct being owned by AIG they are very bias to American General Life Insurance. Matrix Direct forces their agents to push American General even when other companies are clearly superior. This clearly goes against the shop, compare, and save business model. 

I can not in good conscience completely defamate Matrix Direct, but they can’t be put on the same pedestal as other life insurance direct marketers. The service Matrix Direct provides is valid but not exactly up to par. Matrix Direct is definitely not a scam either though.

5 thoughts on “Is Matrix Direct a Scam?

  1. I get a spam email almost every day from Matrix Direct to buy life insurance.

    I have completed their information to request a quote about ten times.

    I NEVER hear back from them regarding my asking for a quote. I only continue to get more spam offers to request a quote.

    Something is really screwed up at this company.

  2. If they can solicit my business on line, and make me complete the forms on line, they should be able to provide a quote on line. Remember, I ‘m the customer, and they are trying to sell the business. When I want a quote emailed to me and they are not willing to do so, they should stop emailing me to solicit the business. For crying out loud Marc, if you’re not a businessman, don’t tell the world how to conduct business. And if you are a businessman, you should know better.

  3. The entire ‘online quote’ marketplace is a scam, and should be investigated by the FTC.

    The bottom line is insurance companies work through agents. Accurate, instant online quoting would relegate those agents to the same fate as travel agents (when’s the last time anyone used one of those). So, the few websites that actually used to provide free online quotes, now collect as much personal information as possible, and then offer to match you with ‘registered reps’.

    The entire purpose of the online quote, from a consumers pov – comparison shopping – is the dead last thing insurance companies are willing to enable.

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