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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by newstdt, Oct 1, 2001.
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Your house should be OUT-SIDE a BK...SO THE INSURANCE SHOULD HAVE NO PROBLEMS.
YOU DON'T DRIVE BY YOUR CREDIT REPORT...YOUR HOUSE INSURANCE HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH YOUR CREDIT REPORT EITHER!!!
What state are you in?
I know a friend who got a policy to go to closing on a house from American Family. After closing American Family ran a credit check (for underwriting, I guess) and found her bankruptcy from 5 years prior and promptly cancelled the policy citing the BK for the reason of cancellation.
I know it is wrong and unfair, but it does happen. State Farm, I think would be one company to consider for this type of situation. That is who she ended up going with.
I filed BK last year and have Farmers for my renter's contents coverage and auto's. I had them when I had my townhome, but that was also a contents only policy because the association carried the policy on the building. So far, I have not had any troubles with Farmers since the BK.
If the insurance cost was higher...I would file in small claims court against the insurance company.
It depends on the state George. Some states allow this.
I have a friend who just got dumped by allstate. I have SF (Car and Renters) and I paid in June (pay every 6 mos) and I'm afraid with it coming up again in Nov, I may get dumped!! I hope not, I know being with a company forever doesn't matter anymore, but I have a really long relationship with them.
Keeping fingers crossed.