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Planning to keep your hail repair settlement? 

[ORDER MY REPORT TODAY where I teach
you how to get more MONEY from the insurance company.]

Insurance companies have done the research and found that between 50-75% of all hail claimants do NOT repair their hail damaged vehicle.

Knowing this, the insurance companies (many hail repair companies have observed) write your check lower than reasonable and customary payment. 

Let's do a little math. IF, lets say, a major insurance company controls 15% of the market and 5000 cars get hail damage of which 57% of  this insurance company's customers keep their settlement, then we have 427 insureds who have kept their settlement without repairing their vehicle.

Remember, the insurance companies know how to make money. 
See the list next to pictures below!

They have this math down.

If said company writes 90% of their claims low, (Our company polled 25 hail repair companies.  According to these companies, 90% of all claims needed supplements),  at a savings of $1,000.00 per claimant, then the company saves over $424,000 on ONE STORM.  Add up those claims over a years worth of storms. No wonder they're profiting in the BILLIONS....

This happens simply because the insurance companies have this information and you do not..

​What if I could show you how to receive an accurate "reasonable and customary payment" from your insurance company?

What if I could show you techniques to get the shop to sign off on your check?

All of these techniques have forced insurance companies to pay thousands more, many times over....


















These companies are in the business of making money!!

As noted by: [Insurance Business Magazine]

"The Fortune 500 list puts together companies that account for 66% of the total GDP of the United States. Collectively, they made $12 trillion in revenues, have a $19 trillion market value, employ 28 million workers globally and earned $890 billion in profits in the past year, according to the Fortune 500 website.

Walmart topped this year’s list, recording almost half a trillion in revenues for the year.

The insurance companies that made the list this year are:

Rank Insurer Revenues ($M)

2 Berkshire Hathaway $223,604
55 AIG $52,367
75 Liberty Mutual Insurance Group $38,308
84 Allstate $36,534
99 Travelers Cos. $27,625
102 USAA $27,131
120 Progressive $23,441
153 Hartford Financial Services Group $18,300
213 Loews $13,105
293 Fidelity National Financial $9,554
315 American Family Insurance Group $8,829
354 WR Berkley $7,654
361 Assurant $7,532
411 American Financial Group $6,498
428 Alleghany $6,131
439 Old Republic International $5,901
460 Markel $5,612
464 First American Financial $5,576
475 AmTrust Financial Services $5,451
476 Cincinnati Financial $5,449"

Bottom line is the insurance companies are really only focusing on their bottom line.  You are simply a way to create profit for the mega companies.  If it was about you, why are all of these companies so profitable?

Make sure you get what you deserve.

​Order this report today!








What you get when you order my money making report:

1. The hail claim process.  Steps you need to take to receive your claim.

2. What is PDR, or paintless dent repair?  

3. Learn how insurance companies get away with writing estimates low.

4. See some of the insurance bad news proving their nature. Do your own research to validate.....

5. Adjuster hard ball tactics and how you can use it against them.  Take their power away.

6. How to make your insurance company pay a reasonable and customary payment due to you for automotive hail claim. (Traditional method) 

7. How to get a shop (potentially) to let you keep your money.

8. An actual hail repair matrix with a walk through on how to create a claim dollar amount closer to actual likely amount.


Only $19.95!


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