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Geico Corp Review

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Published: 05 January 2018

Posted by: Anonymously

I had car insurance with Geico and they told me I owe $398.00 dollars after I had cancelled their policy. I was paying $92.00 dollars a month for liability insurance. I brought a new car and was told I had to pay $301.00 for a down payment, but to continue paying $92.00 dollars until they contact me. Later that week, I noticed a email with a transmission of $301.00 without my authorization. I was waiting for them to call me because I was inbetween pay weeks. They said, my payment would be $196.00 a month and I could pay $301.00 on the next paycheck. The next week 3 days prior to getting paid I notice a transmission of $523.00 schedule to come out of my bank account. I placed a stop payment on that check, and when I called them they said they were sorry, because they realize it was not authorizated. I paid my account through a automatic payment from their website. I felt like I could not trust them any more so I cancelled my car insurance and went with another company. I cancelled on July 4th 2014, but I still had 3 weeks before my insurance expired. They mail me a letter saying I owe them $398.00 prior to cancelling because I had been insured and had not paid. I had paid my account every month the only reason I had waited is they told me to. It is so obvious that they want to say I owe $398.00 to keep from sending me a refund. The insuranc company that I went with said I should get an refund, also I had been with another insurance company for 18 years when I cancelled I never owe anything in fact I received a refund. I would “warn” anyone to stay far away from geico insurance, because they are not a honest company. When I complaing to them asking why are they doing this they receptionist kept saying, “I understand your feeling”. I do not blame them the crooks are hidden behind their desks with this company!!!Beware People!!!

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