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Old 07-22-2009, 03:49 PM
 
Location: Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
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Anyone obtain renters insurance lately that they would like to share info about? I renewed for a short term (3 months) lease and just need it short term for now. I currently have one recommended by my auto insurer and my apt complex. When I called to ask about the renewel, after 6-8 steps thru their menu I finally got to a live person to learn, once again I still don't speak a freaking word of Cuban...! Not that I have anything against Hispanics, in fact -

I have many Hispanic friends and we have zero language problems. I have defended them on another site when some idot dropped an inappropriate joke on there. I blasted him!

My issue is that when it comes to business and my money, I choose to deal with people I can understand and be respected. I don't find that with the current company.
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Old 07-22-2009, 04:44 PM
 
Location: Jacksonville, FL (Mandarin)
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I work with a local agent for my buyer customers, and I'm very certain they can deal with renters policies, too. I'll DM you with their contact information.
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Old 07-24-2009, 11:33 AM
 
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Default how much coverage do you want?

Hi,
If you still dont have a policy I can give you a quote, the policy is for ayear but you can cancel anytime, let me know how much coevrage you need. $50,000 of coverage is about $250 for the year
let me know..

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Anyone obtain renters insurance lately that they would like to share info about? I renewed for a short term (3 months) lease and just need it short term for now. I currently have one recommended by my auto insurer and my apt complex. When I called to ask about the renewel, after 6-8 steps thru their menu I finally got to a live person to learn, once again I still don't speak a freaking word of Cuban...! Not that I have anything against Hispanics, in fact -

I have many Hispanic friends and we have zero language problems. I have defended them on another site when some idot dropped an inappropriate joke on there. I blasted him!

My issue is that when it comes to business and my money, I choose to deal with people I can understand and be respected. I don't find that with the current company.
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