We’ve written about GoBear before and its unbiased services in searching for the right personal loans, credits cards and travel insurance for you. (Read about it here.) Today, GoBear is 5 million users strong across Southeast Asia and has recently added a new service: auto insurance comparison.
This service allows Filipinos to easily compare the best deals on comprehensive car insurance plans in mere seconds with a lot of car insurance plans to choose from, as well as personalized search abilities based on your car variant and use.
What I love the most about the website is how it looks like an app, making it incredibly easy to use and understand. That aside, it provides the most up-to-date data on quotes, benefits and promotions. You can also easily compare coverage benefits, such as property damage, third-party liability, and medical expenses side by side.
GoBear Philippines Country Director Rommel Torres explains, “It’s our mission at GoBear to help users understand financial products, be more in control and feel safe of their financial decisions.” And that’s exactly what they do. “We strengthen our commitment to give the power of choice to Filipinos through the launch of our newest financial service— car insurance comparison. Users can now get the best auto insurance policy that suits their needs and gives the best value for their money.”
GoBear also removes all of the pains that usually come with online comparisons. You don’t need to sign up to get the quotes or information that you need, nor do you need to deal with a broker or an agent who will push for products with higher commissions. In fact, you don’t have to worry about additional fees or charges at all. GoBear simply sends its users to its trusted bank partners and insurers in the country to process their applications, and all requirements can be sent via email.
If you’re looking for car insurance, this is the perfect website to make your comparisons. And if it’s home loans and health insurance you’re looking for, GoBear Philippines will be expanding into that later this year, as well.
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