- Report: #950297
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Complaint Review: Governor Scott & Citizens Insurance
Governor Scott & Citizens Insurance6576 corporate center parkway Jacksonville, Florida United States of America
Governor Scott & Citizens Insurance Governor Scott dropped the cap on Homeowners insurance to a company that is now a Monopoly Jacksonville, Florida
*Consumer Comment: Do the Math
*Consumer Comment: Rates have gone up significantly, especially in areas subject to tropical storms.
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My insurance was 3300.00 last year. Now it is 6700.00 this year. Now I hear from WIOD and Channel 7 news that you are allowing another 10.8% raise. How can you drop the cap on a company that has no competition. It doesn't make sense.They might be backing your campaign but the homeowners in this state are the voters.I have dozens of neighbors and friends that are getting together to fight this and advertize this all over the state. It is a crime what you are allowing. How can you expect for people to pay more when they are already upside down on their homes and barely hanging on to there jobs.It just doesn't make sense . We are
making plans to join the Class action suite from Stephanie Ritchie.
Sincerely Registered Voter
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