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WITH A POLICE REPORT OF MINE AND OTHER PEOPLES CARS BROKEN INTO BUT YET THEY " FELT IT DIDNT HAPPEN". THEN THEY STATED THAT MY HOME DEDCUTABLES WAS HIGHER SO THAT IS WHAT IT IS COVERED UNDER.

THEN AFTER THAT DID GET ITEMS COVERED THEN BUT NOT BEFORE THEY DROPPED ME BEFORE A PAYNMENT WAS EVEN MADE. THEN TRY TO COLLECT ON ITEMS, THEY HAVE TEAMS BUT THE ONLY TEAM THEY HAVE IS TO HOW TELL YOU TO CALL BACK AGAIN AND AGAIN

I WOULD NOT PEE ON THEM IF THEY ARE ON FIRE

THEY NEED TO ROT IN ***

Monetary Loss: $3500.

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Calm down. Your post makes you look like a hot head and dull.

A bit more details and facts would help you to be understood.

By the way, in most areas, you car insurance policy covers just the CAR and not your personal property in your car. Having stuff stolen out of your car is a major bummer because you now have two claims. One under the car and one under the home/condo/renter policy. Which means you have two deductibles to deal with and usually the one of the is a lot higher than the other.

This is why I tell my customers to not leave valuables in the car. If you must then put them in the trunk.

Also, a high quality alarm system is cheaper than paying two deductibles. Of course it should go without saying that if your vehicle does not have a trunk that you should make sure item are not in site AND have a really good alarm and take care where you park your vehicle.

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