Tue Jan 8, 2013, 02:24 PM
Archae (35,918 posts)
Allstate tries to cheat couple, then uses their house in an ad.
How crass can they get?
A Staten Island couple said their insurance company short-changed them after superstorm Sandy destroyed their home, and then used their house in a commercial.
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Allstate tries to cheat couple, then uses their house in an ad. (Original post)
Response to Archae (Original post)
Tue Jan 8, 2013, 03:00 PM
intheflow (25,022 posts)
4. Allstate claims they're "first on the scene providing... emotional support"?
How many ways is this not true in any natural disaster? Insurance companies are notorious for taking forever to assess claims, and then they very often add insult to emotional trauma by short-changing their customers like the folks in this article.
Response to intheflow (Reply #4)
Tue Jan 8, 2013, 04:41 PM
Thav (837 posts)
5. There, there. The storm is over and you can be happy
that the storm was the least of your worries. Now you have Allstate to deal with!