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Complaint Review: Geico
Geico 206-801-0980 sold my personal information to a credit scammer/telemarketing/credit bureau Fredericksburg Virginia
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I am getting calls from a guy from this number 206-801-0980. He called my son's father at his house in NC which I've never lived at. He said he was the police looking for me cause I was in car accident. My son gave him my number. The guy called me and said he was from State Farm and I was in a accident in Jan and I was driving without insurance. He said he had ceritifed copies from Geico claiming this and he was reporting it to the Virginia State Police. I asked for his fax number so I could fax him copies of whatever he needed to clear this up. He refused to give it to me. I told him I wasnt in a car accident in Jan. He began to argue with me and said I was. He then started to threaten me and insist I was going to jail. I said ok, he gave me Geico's phone number and my old policy number to call to clear it up. The whole thing was weird. I believe Geico sold my information because I cancelled my policy in March and went to Nationwide.
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