Insurance raised rate because they "made a mistake?"?
Recently received notice that my insurance company is raising my rate because they made a mistake and gave me the wrong rate in the first place. I am beyond angry with this, is there any way I can fight this?!
- zipperLv 69 months ago
Yes, buy insurance from some other company. After getting quotes up front; pick the one with the best rate.
- Casey YLv 79 months ago
You can cancel the policy and find another company...that's your recourse.
The states require the insurance companies to periodically pursue proper rates, meaning they run fresh reports (loss history, driver abstract, credit) to see if they are charging the correct rate.
Any chance you applied and forgot to tell them about a few violations on your record??? If you bought your insurance online...this is fairly common.
- ErikLv 79 months ago
You can take your business elsewhere. That's pretty much it. Technically you SAVED money, because they charged you less. You actually came out ahead.
- AnonymousLv 79 months ago
You can shop for a new policy. But, insurance isn't like a grocery store. It's regulated, so they can't "honor a rate" because they made a mistake. They have to charge the approved rate.
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- babyboomer1001Lv 79 months ago
They are not obligated to keep your rate low. What makes you think they are, just because they started it low?
- curtisports2Lv 79 months ago
Yes. Find a better deal and cancel this policy.
- StephenWeinsteinLv 79 months ago
Not really. Unlike most companies, an insurance company does not have the option to cut you a break, and is required to charge the right amount in full, even if they want to charge less. The only thing you can do is to switch to another insurance company, but they will also have to charge the right rate.
- exactdukeLv 79 months ago
It's not rocket science - Dump your insurance company.
- Rick BLv 79 months ago
sure. Get quotes from other companies and change your policy.