Get instant life insurance quotes without giving your phone number


It’s everyone’s worst fear: you’re online, filling out information to get instant life insurance quotes, when the dreaded “phone number” field comes up.

Why do so many people take issue with that?

Because you know you’re getting put on a call list and your phone will ring nonstop until you answer. And once you do answer, the salesperson on the other end won’t quit until he’s sold you something you didn’t need, and it’s something that’s more expensive than what you wanted in the first place.

That’s not how it should be. After all, you’re looking for instant life insurance quotes. You don’t want to have to wait to get called back by a salesperson working on commission, and at an almost-certainly inconvenient time.

The bottom line is “instant quote” websites that demand your phone number want it for their own business purposes, not because it makes your life easier or your shopping experience better.

Luckily, if you look in the right place for your quotes, you won’t need to worry about that hassle.

When we built our instant quoting engine, we cut out all the anti-consumer tricks we kept seeing on other sites, and that includes demanding your phone number. Instead, we focused on collecting the right information we need to provide quotes that are more accurate than you’ll find anywhere else online.

We don’t even require an email address if you don’t want to save your quotes to come back to later on. Fewer speedbumps, and no regrets later on.

Of course, if you do want to be contacted, we’re more than happy to help you there, too. If you give us a call, we have in-house experts ready to chat – but it’s completely optional and you still never have to enter your phone number anywhere. And the important distinction between our agents and others is that ours don’t work on commission.

You know that feeling you get when you talk to a used car salesman? That can happen when you’re trying to buy life insurance, too, because many will try to upsell whole life insurance to you. Compared to term life insurance, whole life insurance is unnecessary and more expensive. But for agents who work on commission, that just means a bigger check.

It’s no wonder consumers are reluctant to give out their phone numbers.

You shouldn’t have to be afraid to get on the phone with an insurance agent. If you’re forced to provide your number before you can get your instant life insurance quotes, be wary. But if you’re shopping in the right place, you don’t need to get on the phone until you’re ready to apply, and you can keep your contact information to yourself until then.

See How Dead MMM founder Sergei Mavrodi Was buried

Founder of the most popular Russian MMM Ponzi scheme Sergei Mavrodi was buried in a closed coffin at the Troekurovskoe cemetery in Moscow.

Mavrodi, 62, died in a Moscow hospital on March 26. The funeral ceremony was held in closed mode on March 31. At the funeral, only relatives and friends of the entrepreneur arrived, REN TV reports. The territory of the cemetery was cordoned off and guarded, the channel states.

Recall that founder of MMM Sergei Mavrodi died in a Moscow hospital at the age of 62. He collapsed at the stop of public transport near the Savelovsky station. An ambulance was called by a passer-by after he complained of weakness and pain in the heart. Mavrodi was hospitalized, but doctors lost him.

Earlier it was reported that the body of Sergei Mavrodi was listed as “unclaimed”, as he had no documents. If his identity was not confirmed by relatives and friends, the founder of MMM would be buried in the common grave. However, the body of Mavrodi was taken by his ex-wife.

According to Mavrodi’s lawyer Alexander Molokhov, an initiative group of former MMM participants chipped in to bury him. The brother of Mavrodi, with whom he had bad relations, forbade to bury him in a family graveyard in the Khovanskoe cemetery, where his father and mother were buried.

Sergei Mavrodi is the founder of the MMM joint-stock company, which is considered the classical and largest Ponzi scheme in the history of modern Russia.

According to various estimates, from 2 to 10 million people were affected by MMM’s activities, loosing up to 3 billion rubles ($52.3m).

In 2003, he was convicted of fraud in Russia. The court recognized 10.454 people as victims of the MMM case. After the release, Mavrodi organized new pyramids, but they did not have such huge consequences.

See How this Young man Was beaten to stupor for robbing woman of her ATM card.

A young man has been apprehended after he and three accomplices robbed a woman of her ATM Card. According to reports, the woman explained that while using the ATM at a service station she was distracted by the suspect while his accomplices stole her bank card.

As the suspects ran towards a brown Toyota Corolla, she screamed for assistance.

Onlookers managed to apprehend one of the men while his accomplices fled in their getaway vehicle. The mob demanded that the suspect hand over the bank card and when he informed them that it was not in his possession they began to assault him.

The suspect was severely injured during the assault.

He was placed under arrest and handed over to Police for further investigation.

Photos : Woman welcomes bouncing baby with husband after 15 years of marriage

A Nigerian woman recently welcomed a bouncing baby with her husband of 15 years,… after 15 years of marriage, and waiting on the Lord for the fruit of the womb.

The Baby’s dedication held today at a church in Calabar, Cross River state capital.

Mfon Abel Ekene whose sister gave birth – shared the good news online. Below is what he wrote;

After 15 years of marriage, our amazing and awesome God finally gave my Sister and her husband a child! Today was dedication and we took it personal!

Calabar was amazing today God is good! He makes everything beautiful in his time….

Nigerian Lady denied entry to church because the ushers said she was n.aked

A Nigerian Lady identified on Facebook as Mbanefo Nkiru Angel, shared how she was denied entrance into a church in the Awada area of Onitsha, Anambra state over her outfit.

According to her, she was sent back by the church warders who told her to wear a jacket or a scarf to cover her ”n.aked” outfit.

The unhappy lady took to Facebook to share what happened. She wrote;

“Today that I decided to go to church. My look to church today in awada onitsha. The church warders sent me back. They refused me entering the church saying I should go and look for a jacket or a scarf to cover my shoulder. Shouting that I’m n.aked. I didn’t even talk to them. I just jejely and happily carry my legs and go back. let me go and sleep biko.”

See How dead bodies are transported to and fro the mortuary in DR Congo

Below are trending photos of how dead bodied are usually transported to and fro the mortuary in several communities in DR Congo.

The photos were shared on social media by one PK Kasirim.

Kasirim explained that “boda boda” riders i.e commercial motorcycle riders are employed to carry dead bodies to mortuary by tying the corpses behind them on the bikes. They then ride along the road to carry out the assignment.

The same happens when the corpses are to be brought back home for burial.

Kasirim’s post has caused quite some buzz on social media as people alien to the trend express their surprise.

Photos : Olamide buries his mother in Ikoyi cemetery..

Nigerian rapper, Olamide has finally laid his mother to rest at the Ikoyi cemetery last week – according to reports, pressmen were absent from the occasion which was held private as only family members and invited friends were present.

The cause of her death is still known, but it is reported that she died on the birthday of Olamide’s son, Maximilliano.

The rapper had taken to social media to celebrate Maximilliano on his birthday where he wrote on his Instagram page,

“Happy birthday, Batifèori Maximiliano Adedeji, more life young King, from Dad, your best pal.”

About 4 hours later, Olamide took to the same Instagram page to mourn the loss of his mother by displaying a black background with the caption:

‘Orisa bi iya o si’, meaning “There’s no goddess like a mother.”

See photos below:

Nigerian Lady involved in ghastly accident moments after she took a selfie in a Keke Napep

Eneh Ogechi is filled with thanks after she survived a very terrible accident in Enugu State.

Apparently, a truck crashed into the tricycle Ogechi boarded and totally crushed it… just shortly after she took a selfie in the tricycle… and she came out in one piece.

Below is what she shared on Facebook;

“Please oooo my people help me thank God for saving me from this Terrible accident I don’t know what and where I would have been by now but here I am typing with my own hands I can’t thank you enough father for your mercies and love I thank you..”

“##Bus smashed to this extent and I survived ## Am a survival. Yes I survived. Oluwa got my back…”

How husband killed his Nigerian artiste Alizee, poisoned daughter, — Police tell court

Fresh facts have emerged on how rising Nigerian singer, Zainab Alizee, and her three-year-old daughter, Petra, were murdered allegedly by her Danish husband, Peter Nielsen, at their Banana Island residence, Ikoyi, Lagos, on Thursday.

Effiong Asuquo, a chief superintendent of police, told a Yaba Chief Magistrates’ Court, Lagos on Wednesday that the accused hit his wife’s head on the wall several times leading to her death and then proceeded to poison his daughter.

Mr. Asuquo, a prosecutor, alleged that the accused killed Zainab and her daughter in the house.

Mr Nielsen allegedly committed the offences on Wednesday at his residence at Block 4, Flat 17, Bella Vista Tower, Banana Island, Ikoyi.

“The accused who was always at loggerheads with his wife had hit her head on the wall several times leading to her death; he also proceeded to poison his daughter.

“He had dragged their lifeless bodies under the gas to create the impression that they suffocated to death as a result of a gas leakage,” the prosecutor said.

The offences contravened Sections 223 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015 and carries death penalty.

The case has been adjourned until May 8 pending advice of the state’s director of public prosecution.

The accused initially denied culpability in the murder, stating rather that he woke up to find the bodies in the kitchen and that they could have been suffocated by gas.

Meanwhile, Nollywood actress, Omoni Oboli, has called for justice over Alizee’s death.

The actress advised Nigerians facing domestic violence to dump the marriage and runaway with their children as nobody is worth dying for.

Popular singer, Harrysong, has also called for justice over the death of the Nigerian artiste.

Alizee was billed to perform at Harrysong’s ‘Kingmaker Concert’ at the Warri Stadium in May.

A native of Kogi State, Nigeria, she was set to promote her January 2018 single, ‘Alhaji Musa’, before the alleged murder.

The 29-year-old singer signed a two-year record deal with an Asian record label, Petra Entertainment, in 2017.

The deal reportedly earned her a new Ford Explorer SUV, a house on Banana Island and international distribution with affiliates of her record company in Asia.

EFCC Arrests another 14 yahoo boys, see what they did here

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Lagos Zonal office, on Tuesday, April 10, 2018, arrested 14 suspected Internet fraudsters.

The suspects are: Abiola Kayode, Adeleye Adewale, Adeniyi Abiola, Favour Iruabo, Iyiola Olayemi, Lawal Remilekun and Martins Adetunji.
Others are: Obafunsho Oladipupo Samson, Olaleye Bamilola Hassan, Oseni Ridwan, Peter Ayobami Samuel, Peter Toluwabori, Prince Jibril Dirisu
and Richard Jerry John.

The suspects were arrested in the Badore Seaside, Ajah area of Lagos State, following intelligence report received by the Commission about
their activities. Items recovered from the suspects include exotic cars and laptops.

The suspects will soon be charged to court as soon as investigations are concluded.

Meanwhile, their arrest is a pointer to the fact that the Commission is committed to sustaining its clampdown on perpetrators of cybercrimes, especially in line with its mandate to make the country free from corruption and economic and financial crimes.