Geico Corporation Complaint - Request refund - Automobile insurance
WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA -- IS GEICO CARELESS WITH BILLING?
Do their cavemen ads provide clues to systemic problems?
Since January 1992, I was a Geico auto insurance customer.
My sister, an accountant living in a smaller town, told me
twice that Geico was overcharging me by about 200%.
I figured that living in a larger city increased my rate.
I called Geico three times over the years, reminding them
of my Safe Driver Awards from Greyhound and that
I carried the minimum liability coverage allowed
with never any comprehensive for my vehicle.
Geico said their rates were the lowest of any.
I have driven the same ‘89 Ford Taurus wagon that
looks new and is always garaged at the same address.
When my annual Geico premium reached $840,
I took my sister’s advice and found equal coverage
from The Hartford / AARP at $380 for 12 months.
It seems Geico made a primary error by entering my coverage
at six months instead of a year. As I seemed willing to keep paying,
they increased my cost. I sent Geico a Certified letter with Return Receipt
on June 19 requesting 50% refund on all premiums paid since 1992.
No reply came. I am bringing the overcharges before consumer
watch groups and also inviting the news media to report it.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to report similar experiences
with Geico or if my documentation is required.
Geico lost me with their disgusting cavemen
ads crowding that lovable chameleon.