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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-22-2008, 08:55 PM Thread Starter
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Insurance Companies, what a farce

I have a beef with insurance companies, they are dishonest, deceetful, and the list goes on. They like to write the check than do the investigation, I had witness's and they would not interview, noooooo interview, no problamo. They told me I had to insure my son on my policy even though he is 31 and lives on his own and doesn't drive my vehicles. I have more coverage than I need but I pay for nooooo repairs, when I get a rock chip or the winshield gets dirty or they raise my rate and can't explain it to me, I get out the rubber mallet and have a new one installed, I had four in the last six months installed in the CJ cause they raised my rate with noooooooo explaination and it cost me nothing and doesn't count against me but I figure I got my money back. As soon as it gets just a tad warmer both the YJ's are getting new ones, both have a rock chip and I need new weatherstripping on both, plus they are dirty, oh well. Me and the glass man are on a first name basis, he does me end of the day and takes care of me and I have plenty of cold beer for him when he comes.


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ya.. i have hated most.. i will say i like state farm.. been with them like 15 years now.. and they have always treated me right.. its the others i have dealt with that were a pain in my back side..

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