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DealerSocket Announces Integration With FetchAQuote.com

December 5, 2016

SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. — DealerSocket’s newly launched iDMS platform for independent dealers is now integrated with FetchAQuote.com (Fetch), an electronic auto insurance service, the companies announced this week.

Independent dealers can use Fetch, which offers a large selection of nonstandard insurers that specialize in insuring customers with poor credit and bad driving histories, to help their customers secure affordable car insurance quotes in a matter of seconds, according to the companies.

"Our independent dealers often work with customers who have no insurance or are extremely difficult to insure. One of the biggest benefits of offering Fetch to iDMS users is that it helps buyers get insured quickly, cheaply and at all hours of the day. We focus on integrations that will save our dealers time and money. Fetch does both, so we look forward to a long and fruitful partnership,” said Jennifer Lee, vice president, product development at DealerSocket.

Fetch is accessible to iDMS users without a login or password. They can simply click on the "More" icon and select "Save Customers Money on Car Insurance" within the Deals module in iDMS. From start to finish, according to the companies, the entire process takes less than six minutes.

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