I am lodging this complaint against 21st century insurance for what I consider unfair (and possibly illegal) billing. I originally obtained insurance for my motorcycle through AIG. Last year, AIG received federal bailout money, and a couple of months later, I received notice that AIG was changing its auto insurance over to a company called 21st century insurance. I had been using AIG for my motorcycle insurance for two or three years, renewing and paying for the policy premiums in one lump payment and ensuring my coverage for a year at a time. I was only three or four months into my renewal when the changeover occurred this past year. Within a month or two, I started receiving new, increased bills for my policy each month. Even though my policy had been paid in full for the remainder of the year. I had not been in any accidents or received any traffic citations whatsoever and had no reason for premium increases. I also reviewed my policy's "fine print", and could find no areas where such an increase would come from. Especially with no prior notification. My only guess is that AIG, through their newly renamed company, 21st century insurance, was attempting to collect funds to cover their newly received bailout debt. I ultimately cancelled my policy with 21st century insurance and moved my coverage to another company. And because that I received no prior notification, had no stipulations in the policy that allowed it that I could find, and was only a few months into a year long paid for policy, I have not, and will not pay the extra billed amount. And I urge anyone else who may have experienced a similar problem to do your own research and act accordingly. No one should have to be subject to this. From any company, but especially a company that obviously can't manage itself properly and is on the hook to the US taxpayers for billions of dollars.