Rebeca Cabrera is a Commercial Lines Account Manager at Inszone Insurance Services. Rebeca is a small farm town girl from Riverdale, California. She graduated from Riverdale High School and continued her education at Fresno City College in their Business Administrative program. Rebeca started her career in the insurance industry in 2011 as a Personal Lines Customer Service Representative. The opportunity came forward in 2013 for Rebeca to be a Farm/Ranch Customer Service Representative, where she was quickly promoted to an Account Manager and has gained most of her knowledge in the commercial insurance field. She was a dedicated Farm & Ranch/Agribusiness Account Manager for eight years prior joining Inszone in September 2021.
Rebeca strives to provide the best service and experience possible to her clients. Her goal is to provide them with the best insurance plans available and help them make the best-informed decision for their specific insurance needs. Rebeca is only a call away, and rest assured, you can count on her with your commercial insurance needs.
Rebeca is a proud mother to a new born beautiful baby boy and a wife to her husband. On her off time, Rebeca enjoys spending time with her family and binge-watching their favorite series on Netflix. She also enjoys dancing, singing, traveling, trying different restaurants, and listening to her music playlist on full volume.
5 out of 5 stars (based on 3 reviews)
Rebeca has been a very attentive person and has answered all my concerns with great kindness.
Rebecca is one of the most talented persons that I have ever met, she has always helped me in a professional and timely manner if you had 10 people like Rebecca you would not need anyone else. She is so awesome
Boyd S Stevens
I had a problem with the renewal on the insurance on a building I have in Oakhurst, CA. I received no update for the renewal and it was due to renew in two days. Rebeca was very professional and got the situation resolved in one phone call and the insurance continued without a lapse. Thank you Rebeca, you did a great job!