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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by arthur, Feb 22, 2001.
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Insurance companies now can access your credit report to SEE HOW YOU DRIVE...WHAT A CROCK!!!
DON'T GIVE THEM YOUR SS# (make them work harder)
I know nothing about the company, but the web site has 24 hour online help, and toll-free number. You could call for written information to be sent to you e-mail or "snail-mail"
yes, quite a few do access your credit profile...my credit is bad, and I got quoted $837.00 for 6 months at progressive for a 2001 dodge neon (im married, and 26) a married friend of mine whom is 25, but has excellent credit put in the same info for a test for me..and they quoted him (progressive that is) $423.00...
Let me tell you. Everyone is pulling credit reports these days except STate Farms and they are offering the best rates now. I would give me a call.
I HAVE PERFECT CREDIT (too much of it so I have been told) but I still CAN'T see how a credit report would have any EFFECT on how anybody drives...
RE: State Farms.
I will have to remember STATE FARM...I gave my insurance company a CEASE AND DESIST NOTICE about pulling a credit reports. I pay the bill in full BEFORE COVERAGE STARTS,
NEVER HAVE BEEN LATE, NEVER HAD A
CLAIM, TWENTY PLUS YEARS (MULTIPLE CARS AND REAL-ESTATE)...
RE: State Farms.
State farms is great. Alot of people are unaware of their new lower rates and they do auto financing and refinancing now.
RE: State Farms.
I had Geico for the past 4 years. They have to be the most expensive out there. I still don't understand why I stayed with them so long. Just this week I switched to Allstate. My 6 month premium with Geico was $1034 - and my deductible was $500. With Allstate my 6 month premium is only $520 - and my deductible is only $100. My rates dropped in half on a MUCH better policy. By the way, Allstate pulls credit too - they pulled my Transunion report (which is my worst - several derogs but no lates in the past 6 months) and I passed with flying colors - I almost fainted when she said I came back clear on the credit check. I guess they're not too strict on the credit. Geico never pulled my credit back when I signed up with them, but every time I threatened to change insurance they'd remind me how insurance companies pull credit reports and that if I have bad credit I'll end up with just as hi premiums. What a crock!