Esurance vs. Allstate: What’s the Difference?

Esurance, a subsidiary of Allstate, is no longer offering policies.

Kayda NormanJanuary 4, 2021
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Allstate, Esurance’s parent company, announced that Esurance will be phased out by the end of 2020.

Allstate owned Esurance, but the two insurance companies took very different approaches to business. In particular, Allstate emphasizes customer relationships with dedicated agents, while Esurance catered to those who prefer a low-touch, online experience.

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