Skip to comments.Progressive insurance on defense after court case
Posted on 08/17/2012 6:20:19 AM PDT by safetysign
The Progressive Corp. insurance group is defending itself against an onslaught of negative publicity after it tried to avoid paying $75,000 to the family of a client killed in a car crash and sought to blame the wreck on her.
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Let's pull a reverse Chick-fil-a on ‘em.
Wouldn’t it be nice if there were enough backlash, through account cancellation, to at least get that woman off TV for a while because they have to cut back on advertising?
Flo the ho has to go!
In the current Progressive commercial, the Flobot is getting the attention and taking customers from Flo. Flo sidles over the Flobot and pats it on the back. The back pat is actually the extraction of a circuit board that disables the Flobot.
This is the typical union mentality to sabotage that which threatens. To sabotage and destroy company property is ok...... that is the message of the ad and the union mantra.
Progressive Insurance should be run off to France where they appreciate such behavior.
Meanwhile, GEICO is poking fun at wacko lefties. A man with a sweater tied around his shoulders is at a farmers market. He asks the farmer what is the carbon foot print of the cauliflower? Before the answer, Gallagher comes running up with a Nancy Pelosi sized gavel and beats up on watermelons. The melons fly all over and are revealed to be green on the outside and red on the inside.
In real life Flo is like that overly obsessed girlfriend that is going around, hilarious!
For vets there is no better insurance than USAA.
Keep in mind that GEICO is an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, Inc.
I would suggest Amica or Maine Mutual or USAA if your or your parents were in the military.
Amica and Liberty Mutual are both fine companies.
I’ve said it before...that’s one THICK woman!
I saw a report evaluating insurance companies customer satisfaction and USAA was number one in all categories it has offerings in (no life insurance).
I saved a bunch when I made the switch from All State several years ago.
I wouldn’t insure anything with those leftists.
I know three guys I work with have USAA. Their dad’s are all exmilitary commisioned officers.
Plus Amica sponsers the Red Sox: Amica pitch zone.
I hope the Rangers or Nationals beat the Yankees this year.
Anybody but the Yankess.
Rangers are going to need better pitching.
Veterans, regardless of rank, can join USAA. It’s no longer an officer only association, like it used to be.
As an enlisted guy, I didn’t hold it against them when I joined, their service and products are just too damned good to ignore.
How about sons of Staff Seargants that served in the Army Air Corp during WWII(ie. ME, MY DAD) ?
Check with them and discuss your dad’s and yours status. I’d think it’s worth the free call to find out.
Also, check the “A legacy to pass down” tab at the link I posted, it gives some info on who can join.
USAA member since 1991(Retired Army CW5). All my stuff is with USAA. GREAT OUTFIT! Bank accounts, home, auto, investments, everything. Until yesterday. USAA insures boats through Progressive. Cancelled my boat insurance yesterday. Awaiting callback from USAA concerning my rant to them about doing biz with Progressive.
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