- Report: #1061463
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Complaint Review: Farmers Auto Insurance
Farmers Auto Insurance23175 NW Bennett St. Hillsboro, Oregon USA
Farmers Auto Insurance - Brad Darcy - Mark Landas - Farmers Auto Insurance Extortion Scam Hillsboro Oregon
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My name is David Wilson. I have a highly modified 1986 Maier Racing Mustang. I had the car appraised for 31,650 by the Automobile Appraisal Association. I took the appraisal to Farmers Insurance. They accepted the appraisal and quoted me a rate of 258.10 for a 6 month policy. After I paid for the policy they then raised my rates to 448.50. They explained that the new quote was rated by the 31,650 pay off price. They had my appraisal when they did the first quote which made this a typical bait and switch. I paid it figuring all insurance companies play this game and not worth my time or the hassle of switching. Since the first appraisal the car has had another $40k in further modifications and was going from shop to shop to have work done to it. In the middle of the modifications the car was in a front end collision. I had the car appraised again with the extra modifications. It came to 51,700. [continued below]....
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/23/2013 02:35 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Farmers-Auto-Insurance/Hillsboro-Oregon-97124/Farmers-Auto-Insurance-Brad-Darcy-Mark-Landas-Farmers-Auto-Insurance-Extortion-Sca-1061463. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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