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A survey from Bankrate.com found that allstate has become a household name in the health care industry.
The online survey of 3,000 Allstate customers found that the average customer service rep makes $76,000 a year.
Bankrate also found that employees earn on average $51,000 annually.
The company has a reputation for its customer service as well.
It’s been a favorite of celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Kate Upton, and its popularity grew when celebrities and athletes joined its roster.
The new survey, which was conducted April 14-16, shows that the company’s top priority for customers is getting them the best deal on insurance.
In fact, the company says the most important thing customers can do to get the best customer service is to keep an open mind.
“If you have an open heart and know that you can get a great deal on your insurance, you’ll be able to make the best decision for your health,” Allstate President and CEO Jim Smith said in a statement.
“Our goal is to provide the best care and provide the highest possible value to our customers.”
The survey found that Allstate has a large number of customers who were asked to rate the company on its customer experience, including service, technology and customer support.
The company also found its customers to be more likely to buy insurance.
The survey also found the average amount that Allstates customers spent on insurance was $17,000.
Allstate said that the number of people who pay more than $1,000 for health insurance in the United States is growing.
Allstate also said that more than 60 percent of its customers who had a complaint with the company say they did not feel they were treated fairly.