Financial & Insurance Mailing Lists

Financial & Insurance Mailing Lists 2017-11-13T10:41:32+00:00

Our Financial & Insurance Mailing Lists yield results

Consumers seeking credit and insurance are great prospects.

We offer mailing lists in the financial & insurance sector that are both broad and highly selectable as well as fine-tuned lists targeting very specific segments…from Bank Card Holders & Credit Seeker to Auto Insurance Renewal Shoppers & Individual Health Insurance Seekers.

The Credit Score Index (CSI) file uses is a statistically derived scoring system created to identify FICO-like industry credit scores using historical patterns of credit usage & payment behavior. This GLB compliant list of 93,000,000+ targeted prospects works well for a wide range of offers including banking & financial offers, debt consolidation & refinancing, bank & retail card offers, mortgage offers, direct-to-consumer insurance offers, automotive offers, highly promotional & low-end offers.

We use a powerful segmentation models to create highly targeted lists like Boomers Who Buy Term Life Insurance & Health Insurance Switchers.  The models use in-depth, exhaustive research data of recent consumer behavior and intentions.

Ask about applying our lists to your in-house file to identify your under-the-radar prospects or possible defectors in order to incentivize them to stay.

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Using a powerful insurance segmentation model, we’ve identified individuals that are highly likely to be Health Insurance Switchers. The model uses in-depth, exhaustive research data of recent consumer insurance behavior and intentions. This very specific profile of Health Insurance Switchers drives the process for identifying those households with the greatest propensity to respond to an offer to switch their Health Insurance coverage to another company.

In addition to enhancing acquisition efforts, this model can also be applied to a house file to isolate customers most likely to defect. Those individuals identified as potential switchers who are considered valuable customers can then be targeted with loyalty incentives to keep them from defecting.

CSI is a statistically derived scoring system created to identify FICO-like industry credit scores using historical patterns of credit usage & payment behavior. The index is built on powerful predictors, such as mortgage information, retail card debt, revolving credit card debt & other loan and financial information. CSI is aggregated & then applied at the zip+4 geographic level so it can be used for any offers that do not require permissible purpose or a firm offer of credit. The scores closely resemble FICO scores ranging from <550-750+. Scores between 670-740 are considered good whereas scores below are considered risky & scores above are most favorable. This list works well for a wide range of offers including banking & financial offers, debt consolidation & refinancing, bank & retail card offers, mortgage offers, direct-to-consumer insurance offers, automotive offers, highly promotional & low-end offers. Credit Scores are used by lenders to determine the likelihood of individuals to pay & influences everything from auto loans to mortgages. This file is GLB compliant.

Source: Focus USA Masterfile overlayed with the Credit Score Index

Using a powerful insurance segmentation model, the individuals on the Senior Supplemental Health Insurance Buyers file have been identified as being highly likely to buy either Individual or Group Supplemental Health Insurance products. The model uses in-depth, exhaustive research data of recent consumer insurance behavior and intentions. This very specific profile drives the process for identifying those households with the greatest propensity to respond to a Supplemental Health Insurance offer.

Health Insurance- Universe & Buyer Types:
7,820,000+ – Group Supplemental Buyers
8,493,000+ – Individual Supplemental Buyers

Focus has the responsive lists you require for Insurance Shoppers in the following verticals…

The shoppers on the Product Protection Warranty Buyers file have taken measures to protect the products they have invested their money in and welcome the peace of mind the warranties offer. Depending on the number of products under contract the annual fee for the service contract ranges from $30-$125. Household information is validated when a technician makes a service call. Three to five days after the service is complete the consumer receives a courtesy call to discuss the level of service they received and their satisfaction level. At that time, the warranty company attempts to upsell them on adding additional items to the contract.