Vermont Startup Seeks over $1 Billion in Unclaimed Life Contracts

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BURLINGTON, Vt., Oct. 5, 2012 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Policy Inspector Inc., a new nationwide provider of comprehensive life insurance policy searches, is pleased to announce the launch of the company's website, content developed by their in-house marketing group. The site embodies Policy Inspector's forward-thinking vision and commitment to the growing needs of the over $1 Billion dollars of unclaimed life insurance policies.

Leading our nation, the NY State Insurance Commission has fined insurance companies tens of millions of dollars for unclaimed policy mishandling. "Changed addresses, company buy-outs, retired agents and insurance company red tape, make it very difficult for a widow or family member to locate a policy and make a claim," says Phil Bongiorno, CEO.

With, in just a matter of minutes you can submit a claim to nearly 500 of the largest insurers in the country from the comfort of your home. "The most exciting part of this business is that no one else is offering this level of service," says Bongiorno.

The need for this service is clear: there are billions in unclaimed policies sitting on the insurance company books right now. Millions of Americans have rightful claim to these policies. Relatives of the deceased are left searching for their policies with limited time, resources, and expertise.

"We have helped countless clients locate lost policies over the last 3 decades, but this service takes it to a whole other level, now instead of just contacting 20 insurance companies per day looking for policies, we can contact nearly 500 in five minutes," adds Bongiorno.

About PolicyInspector:

At Policy Inspector(R), our mission is to cut through the insurance company red tape and connect you with the policy claim you deserve.

Founded by 35-year insurance industry veteran Philip Bongiorno, Policy Inspector has the experience necessary to navigate the dizzying world of insurance claims. We put these decades of expertise into every search to ensure that you locate the life insurance or annuity policy that your loved one left for you.

Proud Member of the New England Claim Association. Policy Inspector is a U.S. registered trademark and service mark.

For more information, call (802) 355-6649, contact or visit .

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