NASHVILLE, TN, September 4, 2013 -- First Acceptance Corporation (FAC), d/b/a Acceptance Insurance, a leader in the non-standard auto insurance industry, today unveiled a mobile platform that puts the full range of the Company`s services into the broad spectrum of handheld devices, including mobile phones and tablets.
The Company`s President, Joe Borbely stated, "We recognized that many of our customers perform most of their financial transactions on a mobile device, and committed ourselves to delivering a full-service mobile experience. This in turn gives Acceptance Insurance a unique advantage as one of the few insurance carriers to have fully implemented this technology".
Prospective customers in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas can receive an auto insurance quote on their mobile device, and then purchase that policy on their mobile device in minutes. In addition to the quote and policy services for new customers, existing customers now have mobile access to their accounts where they can make payments and manage their account.
About First Acceptance Corporation
First Acceptance Corporation is a provider of non-standard personal automobile insurance and other related products. Headquartered in Nashville, TN, First Acceptance Corporation markets its services through the Acceptance Insurance, Yale Insurance, and Insurance Plus brands. The Company operates over 350 retail locations in 12 states staffed with employee-agents. In addition to our retail locations, customers are also able to complete the entire sales process over the phone via our call center or through either our consumer-based website or recently-launched mobile platform. For more information, visit acceptanceinsurance.com.
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