I’m not sure why, but [the third largest private passenger auto insurance company] has contacted our company and asked that we remove a page from our website that contains general factual information about their company. The information was publicly available summary information about them, and similar information can be found at many other websites such as Hoover’s etc.
We do not buy any paid search advertising for this site, let alone bidding on their trademarked terms?
Apparently [this auto insurance company] is not in favor of free speech that is the internet, but in any event, the content that we were providing about their company was completely harmless, so their behavior seems paranoid to say the least.
In any event, before you purchase auto insurance coverage from them, based on their brand recognition or the cute little lizard, be sure to shop around first and see if you can find a better deal.