AARP Serviceshartford insurance

L Dec 19, 2018 Review updated:

I was a member of AARP and bought Homeowners and Auto Insurance through Hartford Insurance in 2015. Since that time premiums have increased triple the amount for both homeowners and auto. Also, Hartford took it upon themselves to reduce my auto insurance to just LIABILITY and not inform me. AARP has become a facilitator for Hartford to rip-off seniors and the disabled and don't want to assist or know about how bad it is. The proof is in their statement on the complaint site: " If you have questions or concerns specifically about an AARP co-branded product, we recommend that you contact AARP's providers directly." AARP should be ashamed, it's one of the largest lobbies for seniors and is just collecting membership fees and getting fatter and fatter financially with no real help for seniors with homeowners and auto insurance needs and using celebrities to promote them...should be ashamed. Thank God I'm no longer a member.


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    Eddie Ryan Aug 10, 2020
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    Verified customer

    I talked with Hartford/AARP about my auto insurance. I said yes to Hartford but after closer review changed my mind and stayed with Progressive. I called Hartford twice to make sure they canceled mu original agreement. They kept sending me information as if I was still getting a policy. I called Progressive to make sure my policy with them was not canceled. The effective date of my policy was 8/15/20. The week before I received a large packet from Hartford as if I agreed to their policy. It included a Florida Automobile Insurance Identification Card and stacks of legalese that I did not want to read. How disappointing that AARP is associated with such a pushy company. I am 68 years old now and I expect AARP to not associate companies like this. I am a member of AARP Edward Ryan

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    Olga Pina Sep 15, 2020
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    Verified customer

    I am a senior customer of aarp/hartford insurance and am just furious!

    I filed a claim for my roof that has issues with past hail storms and has about 50 pocket holes on the roof.

    It is not leaking at the moment, but I wanted to have the roof inspected and reviewed by them.

    Even before anything was reviewed, I was told that the deductible would be from about

    $11, 000.00 to $20, 000.00!!!

    I am appalled that the deductible sounds fraudulent and they just don't want to replace o

    Or repair my roof at least.

    I will never donate, insure or in any way promote aarp or its affiliates.

    I will file a complaint against them with a federal agency or anyone interested in a fair

    And just solution.

    Olga o. pina
    Austin, texas

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