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Old 03-09-2010, 08:29 AM
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Have been getting many of the unsolicited mailings about how they can save me money and all, well after getting a few too many of these I figured I'd give it a try ----


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I'll just stay with State Farm
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Old 03-09-2010, 08:45 AM
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Well you certainly won't be going with them!
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Solicitation .... hehe ...
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I have them for my cars, bikes and house and was wondering if they would do my next boat, so 2 1075's they will do but not 3 500's ?
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Yup I called on a 98 and they also said "no bolats older than 5 years. It had twin 525sc. And they said "no more than 500 hp each".
Great program huh? They sure picked a perfect advertising option ......
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Old 03-09-2010, 08:51 PM
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They insure my 1988 Sea Ray Pachanga? I had a claim with them and it was a B.S. deal "not going to get into details" but they didn't do me any favors and I am switching soon.
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Old 03-09-2010, 09:33 PM
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They insure my 1988 Sea Ray Pachanga? I had a claim with them and it was a B.S. deal "not going to get into details" but they didn't do me any favors and I am switching soon.
I'm interested to hear if you care to share. I currently use them and have made auto claims in the past with great success. I like them much more than AAA, and IMO State Farm is WAY too expensive (they're about double for my Baja). I've never had to make a marine claim, but I'm curious to hear other stories.
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you better hope you dont ever need them
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you better hope you dont ever need them
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Someone said they'd depreciate a new quarter to eighteen cents. Or something to that effect.
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I'd say run the other way, don't walk.
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