Traveler's Insurance Company Informative - Traveler's Insurance Company

Review by Weedwhacked on 2011-12-14
Does anyone else have the same feeling as I do? It seems to me that Traveler's is directing their clients with compliments to post on this website. There are so many compliments so close together that this cannot be an coincidence. As Sherlock Holmes would say, "there's something afoot!"
Comments:7 Replies - Latest reply on 2011-12-16
Posted by SB on 2011-12-14:
or...part of this trend may be that so many customers in the New England area have had to file claims. Within the last 4 months many people in this area have suffered from the hurricane and autumn noreaster. I don't have Travelers and I didn't file a claim...just a thought.
Posted by Jennifer on 2011-12-15:
I agree with you, Weedwhacked, and I think you are onto something, but that's all I can say on the matter.
Posted by JayByJay on 2011-12-15:
Would that really be a problem?
Posted by Jennifer on 2011-12-16:
You don't think it's a little deceptive for a company to post positive reviews on itself?
Posted by T on 2011-12-16:
If these are legitimate customers, as you suggest they are, I don't see a problem. "If you have time, please express your opinion on website xxx"

If they are paying people to do it or placing them themselves, that would be a different matter.

I haven't noticed the compliments.
Posted by Skye on 2011-12-16:
Shills are everywhere all the time, and not just there for Traveller's.

They lurk and walk amongst us.
Posted by Old Timer on 2011-12-16:
What ever became of the Macy's East posting program?

ps) Skye just got my first (this time around) helpful vote!

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