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Posted by Art on September 27, 2001 at 00:34:42:
In Reply to: Re: Misinformed Public posted by Bob Richardson on April 03, 2000 at 10:29:39:
Here is a fairly transparent insurance company shill putting out the "company line". Sorry, Jon, YOU ARE!
Just as Bob said, YOUR BOSSES are contributing huge amounts of money to politicians who appoint and control these insurance commissioners! I tracked Geo W through "Lobby Watch", a non-partisan money and lobby watchdog group out of Washington who tells on Repubs and Dems alike.
In Texas, GWB received $221,000.00 in contributions from Farmers Insurance and its lobbyists alone.
Soon after, Farmers was given exclusive rights to sell a never-before available homeowners insurance policy with replacement cost coverage on all of the previous RCC items EXCEPT the roof.
Agents were called by some of us and were quoted explaining that new policy by saying "We can save you some money on this policy and still pay you what your roof is actually worth!"
Of course, the ACV (actual cash value) has no relation to what it ACTUALLY costs you to REPLACE your roof. Did they explain that to the consumer? Of course not. Think that's fair, honest and above board - wait - I'll bet you do!
Why don't you lose the attitude that the public, attorneys, and contractors exist only to scam insurers. The PUBLIC wouldn't need those entities to help them with claims if you guys weren't TRAINED to cheat claims!
You say you don't cheat?
If you've ever figured to remove 10% fewer squares on a roof claim than you've figured to apply, YOU ARE GUILTY OF CHEATING whether by ignorance or complicity because of insurer training.
Good luck on proving me wrong. You can deny it by emailing me and taking the roof challenge!
Funny, I have have had not one insurer taker yet who will take it - WHY? They KNOW they're cheating!
Go here to read how one insurer shill used different stories and excuse and finally cowered from the challenge when he saw his logic failed miserably.
scroll down to insurance and click there.
Read my insurer roof scam post! Then seeif you have the huevos to put your money where your mouth is.
Have a nice day telling people the Rolls/Honda story while insurance companies are stealing MILLIONS with the tear off scam.
: The real problem is unequal bargaining power. Our state (Georgia) has
an insurance commmissioner who gets hundreds of thousands of dollars from
insurance company interests. One would have to admit such largess might cloud
: When insurance companies in league with the Chamber of Commerce and other big business interests can propagandize the public and provide limitless funds to avoid even the most legitimate of claims without fear of retribution, there will be a basic unfairness in the claims settlement area. Insurance companies want to force the public to rely on the fairness of their adjusters. While this will work if a claimant has the good fortune of getting an honest and fair adjuster, if the claimant is not so fortunate, there is no recourse in many states. If an insurance company acts inappropriately, it should be subject to an appropriate punishment. We are after all talking about people's homes, income, savings, self respect and ability to provide for their families. Serious stuff I would suggest.
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