Save On Insurance By Calling Around. Duh.

Save On Insurance By Calling Around. Duh.

Spotted this at the often quite good I Will Teach You To Be Rich blog.

State Farm Lacks Persistence of Vision

State Farm Lacks Persistence of Vision

State Farm is convinced that Rick was involved in a hit and run in San Francisco in July, even though he was out of town all that month and it seems they don’t even have the right license plate. Just to be sure, they stopped by Rick’s house to take photos of his car, a feat in and of itself as they intially demanded he bring it to their offices himself.

State Farm: Love The Smart, Make Them Stupid

State Farm: Love The Smart, Make Them Stupid

State Farm offers a ‘good student’ discount on their car insurance to kids with a decent GPA. I’d like to call foul on this: there’s no statistical evidence that stupid slackers like me drive any worse than the pocket-protecting elite.

Update: State Farm Isn’t All There

Update: State Farm Isn’t All There

State Farm Isn’t All There

State Farm Isn’t All There

Short Story: State Farm sends a letter telling Rick he was ID’d as fleeing a hit-and-run accident. They claim to have a photograph of Rick.

The News; Uniquely Toxic and Loving It

The News; Uniquely Toxic and Loving It

• Apparently, Florida is at a bit of a risk for grapefruit bruising. [CT] “State Farm to hike Florida rates 53%”

Like a Good Neighbor, State Farm is There With a Rebuttal #2

Like a Good Neighbor, State Farm is There With a Rebuttal #2

On Friday, a State Farm agent wrote in to rebut some remarks a reader made about feeling extorted. We posted his letter, which started off a dig at competitor Progressive by noting that its CEO, Peter Lewis, was a marijuana proponent.

Like a Good Neighbor, State Farm is There With a Rebuttal

Like a Good Neighbor, State Farm is There With a Rebuttal

Back in February, Harry wrote a complaint about feeling extorted by State Farm.

Like a Good Neighbor, State Farm is There With a Helping Hand and a Hatchet

Harry writes in a tale of what he describes as extortion by State Farm Insurance.