6430-A Dobbin RoadColumbia, MD
By S K. On 17th Aug 2014
I have been insured with his office for almost 17yrs. After moving and canceling my home owners policy with State Farm my car insurance sky rocketed to $840 bi-annually. I expected a bit of an increase. My multi-policy discount for both home and auto was around $530. But, a $300 rate hike. I have not received a speeding ticket or been in an accident in over 10 years. After calling the office and speaking to an employee, she stated that I lost my multi-policy and multi-vehicle discount. Multi-vehicle? I only own 1 car. Come to find out, they still showed I lived with my parents even though we had different addresses and both carried home owner's policies on 2 different addresses. When I questioned the employee, she stated they don't check their own records. And because I cancelled my home owners and said I was moving in with my fiancÃƒÂ©, she knew it wasn't with my parents. I am completely blown away. They are shady and claim ignorance/stupidity when you point out how their actions are unfounded. They don't care all they want is your money. Do not give these people your hard earned money. They do not care about you. No one cares that I cancelled my policy. Take your money and go to an agent that isn't a scam artist. I have.
By Karen W. On 22nd Jan 2014
I've been insured with Chuck Morgan's office for over 20 years and always receive excellent service!
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