Privacy Policy

We Protect Your Privacy!

At Insurance Step, we are committed to protecting our user’s privacy. We believe in sharing with you, our online visitor, how we collect, use, and store your information, should you choose to fill out our insurance form. As an extension of our dedication to maintaining your confidence, Insurance Step has adopted this comprehensive list to provide answers to the following questions:

Who Is Insurance Step?

Insurance Step is a free service that finds you competitive quotes by connecting you with top insurance agents and carriers across the United States.

What Kind of Information Does Insurance Step Collect?

In order to find you the lowest insurance rates, we have to collect personal information from you. The type of personal information we collect may include the following:

(a) Name;

(b) Age;

(c) Email address;

(d) Mailing address;

(e) Phone number; and

(f) Vehicle information.


Insurance Step writes cookies, stored by your web browser, that track user preferences. You are free to clear Insurance Step’s cookies. To clear cookies, simply choose Settings within your browser, go to History, and clear cookies. We also collect information such as the completion of a form element that helps us improve the website for future users.

Why Do We Collect Information?

Insurance Step collects information from our insurance forms to match you with insurance agents and carriers who offer you the insurance quotes requested.

How Do We Use and Share Your Information?

Insurance Step finds you the lowest insurance rates with the least amount of work. We share the information you submit to a reasonable number of insurance companies and agents, so you get a great deal. You will likely hear from no more than 8 agents or insurance companies. Our No Spam, Ever. tagline means that we will not sell, or otherwise make available, your contact information, except to contracted insurance shopping platform partners. Additionally, Insurance Step monitors our user’s experience to ensure our partners live up to Insurance Step’s high standards.

We may ask you to provide feedback about your experience. Finally, notwithstanding the above, your data may be included as part of any sale of all or substantially all of the assets related to this website.

Third Party Products and Services

In addition to sharing your information with insurance companies, we also may share your information with trusted third party marketers and venders who offer products and services we feel you may be interested in purchasing. We will use commercially reasonable efforts to limit the information disclosed to such third parties and the amount of information disclosed to such third parties to the extent necessary to offer you other products and services.

Can You Opt Out of Getting Email from Us?

Every email we send you will have a link to unsubscribe from further communication with us, or you can click here to unsubscribe.

You will need to unsubscribe separately from any email you receive directly from insurance companies or agents who we have contacted on your behalf as part of the shopping process.

How is Data Secured?

Insurance Step uses industry standard encryption technologies when transferring and receiving personal data.

Children Under 16

Insurance Step is concerned about the safety of minors and will not knowingly attempt to target children under the age of 16 to provide us with any type of information. Children wishing to use our services or forms must obtain permission from their parent or legal guardian before supplying any type of information, including emails, names, and phone numbers.


Insurance Step may occasionally link to affiliates that offer services beyond our site. Online guests should always review the privacy policy of each website visited.

Do You Have Questions and Need to Contact Us?

If you have questions about our Privacy Policy, please email Note that we may update our Privacy Policy as we continue to enhance your user experience.

Insurance Step follows and complies with all standards of ethical conduct by the Direct Marketing Association and the United States government.