SEATTLE, WASHINGTON -- Two months ago, Travelers dropped me without a warning. Last month, when I usually get my bill, I went to mytravelers.com and looked up my billing. It said "current." I've had changes in mid cycle, so I left it alone. This month, I call to find out that I've been dropped for not paying the bill, that I have bank statement saying I paid!!
After calling them, they gave me a 'deal,' if I pay for the two months, I can again enjoy the coverage. For two months, I had no insurance, and they want me to pay for WHAT? Had I been in an accident within this time, they would not pay for me, so, what exactly am I paying for?? When I rely on the insurance company to communicate with me that I am fully insured and covered amidst their website inaccuracies, instead, they give me a 'deal.'.
Insurance takes on the risk, and my bills pay my portion, but for the last two months, I carried my full risk without my knowledge. Hit #1.
Now, to correct their error, they want ME to pay for those two months, as if though I WAS covered, and then, may be, they will allow me back into their club. Thank you, but no thank you.
Perhaps they should initially look at who they are covering: someone who has not had an accident in 10 years. No tickets in the last 15 years. Married. Pay bills on time for 15 years.