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Allstate Mortgage

1236 SW 89 St Oklahoma City, OK 73139

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Allstate to Offer Identity Protection With InforArmor Buyout

Free Report ) has agreed to acquire InfoArmor, Inc., a leading provider of employee identity protection.

The privately-held company, headquartered in Scottsdale, AZ, will be purchased for $525 million in an all-cash transaction expected to close later this year.

InfoArmor is a perfect fit for Allstate’s portfolio, given its niche presence in the industry with a huge customer base. It provides solutions to more than 1 million employees and their family members at over 1,400 firms, including more than 100 of the Fortune 500 companies.

Identity theft protection is the fastest-growing voluntary employee benefit, as more and more employers are including the same in their employee benefit plans due to consistent increase in identity theft.

Increasing cyber crime is a serious concern and an escalating problem. Identity protection can reduce employers’ liability in the event of a data breach. In excess of 16 million victims of identity fraud was reported in the past year, which resulted in more than $16 billion of losses.

On the Record


Bowie County

Allstate Insurance vs. Chandler Woodle, damages due to negligence with a motor vehicle; Dustin Moss et al vs. Katherine McDuff, damages due to negligence with a motor vehicle; Synchrony Bank vs. Sarah Adkisson, default; Gayla Reep et al vs. Allstate Indemnity Company et al, damages due to negligence with a motor vehicle; American Express National Bank vs. Tammy M. Baker, default; Jefferson Capital Systems LLC vs. Lori Beason et al, default; Second Round LP vs. Bruce Stevens, default; Autovest LLC vs. Pamela Eason, default; Terry L. Robison vs. Dustin Kunkel, damages due to negligence with a motor vehicle; Catalina Structured Funding Inc. vs. T.K., other civil matters; Synchrony Bank vs. Heather Spohn, default; Ford Motor Credit Co. LLC vs. Billy J. Lewis et al, default; Wells Fargo Bank vs. Linda K. Arnold, default; Wells Fargo Bank vs. Mark A. McCatty, default.

Miller County

21st Mortgage Corporation vs. Estate of L. Feutral, other civil matters; State of Arkansas vs. Arronis Jackson, other civil matters.

How do insurance agents make money?

Just wondering....Im starting a new job for ALLSTATE, and also as a mortgage broker!
I know how the mortgage part of it works, but how do insurance agents get paid?
How much should you expect?

Insurance agents are compensated by a percentage of the premiums they write with the company. Depending upon the type of insurance that percentage can be anywhere between 7 and 20%. You won't be making a living on 10 clients.