Platinum Supplemental Insurance
Scam Reports: What You Need to Know
If you search Platinum Insurance online, you may see reviews from sites like Scam.com and RipOffReport.com. But buyer beware: Sites of this nature can often contain inaccurate or incomplete information.
Among the countless benefits of the Internet is the ability for consumers and businesses to make more informed buying decisions. But with the good, also comes the bad.
With little more than an account name, anyone who feels upset with a business or a person can announce their displeasure to a seemingly endless audience before considering a more effective resolution to the problem.
While many online reviews are a helpful resource, some of the highest ranking search results for businesses, particularly those in the financial, legal or medical services industries, are alarming – and disputed.
Negative reviews on nearly any business can be found on at least one of the numerous scam or rip off reporting sites. The credibility of the review’s source, however, can be difficult to judge, and as a result, there is a growing list of businesses and individuals with unjustly tarnished reputations. Here are a few places you can read more information about that:
When it comes to making important buying decisions, we know it’s hard to know who or what to believe. We encourage you to make an educated decision, so here are a few tips to keep in mind when researching Platinum Supplemental Insurance or any company:
- Weigh the content in both positive and negative reviews.
- Be wary of reviews that are exclusively angry or hostile. These types of reviews can be inaccurate, unjustified or posted before any attempt can be made to further investigate the problem or provide a resolution.
- Critical reviews are inevitable, but the most credible of these reviews tend to be those that list both positive and negative aspects of the experience and provide information on what action was taken to resolve any problems. We recommend the Better Business Bureau, where Platinum Supplemental Insurance holds an A+ rating.
- Be mindful of the exact company name. For example, Platinum is a fairly common business term and generates a variety of results when performing a search on our company.
- Research where you get your research. Make sure you’re using a credible source that isn’t known for its inaccuracies or criminal activity.
At Platinum Supplemental Insurance, we take our product quality, customer service and reputation very seriously. We encourage you to read the stories of real, verified Platinum Supplemental Insurance customers and sales representatives here: http://pltnm.com/platinum-stories/.