Hartford Home Owners AARP - Hartford AARP Home Owners Bait & Switch

Review by astbear on 2013-02-06
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PULASKI, TENNESSEE -- I fell for it. I signed up under AARP with Hartford Insurance for all my cars, home, and second farm house. It was a fantastic bargain for someone on retired income. I saved substantially over $1000 compared to the rip off Allstate and State Farm companies for the same coverage. That was the bait. Then I just got my first renewal notice last week (Feb. 2013) for my farm. It nearly doubled! Beware of the bait! Do not fall for this like I did. Shop somewhere else. Based on the other reviews, I expect the coverage on my primary residence and all my cars to increase even though no claims, no citations, no accidents. There should be a law or some kind of protection for older citizens who are easy victims just trying to protect their properties they have worked hard for. I thought that what AARP was supposed to do.
Comments:2 Replies - Latest reply on 2013-02-06
Posted by Johanna on 2013-02-06:
No one is keeping you with that company. Get out there and start shopping around again.
Posted by T on 2013-02-06:
What was the explanation for the increase? That is critical to your complaint.

As far as State Farm being a "rip off" company, I do not agree. I've been with them 33 years and for cars, trucks, motorcycles and my home. Never had a complaint and my bills never jumped (like yours). You seem to have three companies in the same barrel (Hartford, State Farm, Allstate), which leads m to wonder if more are in there or if more will be added.

Good luck with whomever you switch to.

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