A GEICO insured client backed into my car in a parking lot on April 23, 2017. As she was backing up I honked my horn. It didn't work. She got out of her Dodge Journey after she'd hit me. My son was in the car with me.

I called GEICO and told them what had happened. They sent me two emails and a claim number:

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They called me a few days later and said they can't find the person who hit me. I had a picture of the woman's GEICO card along with her vehicle ID #. I gave them all the information on the GEICO card.

Days later they called me and said they can't find her and she doesn't answer her phone or mail and they can't satisfy the claim.

Really? I think the DMV will find her since I have her Vehicle ID#. I have her policy number also, but apparently that doesn't mean anything to GEICO.


May 06, 2017

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