Report: #250225

Complaint Review: GEICO Auto Insurance - Woodbury, New York

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  • Reported By: Newton New Jersey
  • GEICO Auto Insurance 750 Woodbury Road Woodbury,, New York U.S.A.

GEICO Auto Insurance claim unpaid Ripoff Woodbury New York

*Consumer Comment: Why did you have to pay a deductible?

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Despite their insured not looking when backing up and 100% at fault, causing $1689.25 in damages, I was only reimbursed for $844.62. With a $500 deductible, I got screwed because I have to fix this leased vehicle. The $344.62 I got will not pay for the damages. The GEICO Lizard speaks with forked tongue.

Newton, New Jersey

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#1 Consumer Comment

Why did you have to pay a deductible?

AUTHOR: David - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Thursday, May 31, 2007
Why did you have to pay a deductible, if you were not at fault?

Did you file through your own insurance company?

If that person was found 100% at fault, you would not be required to pay a deductible, unless you went through your own insurance company and when your insurance company gets the money from the at fault parties insurance company, they refund you your deductible.

Deductibles are usually on Comprehensive and Collision, which repair your vehicle. If you had to pay a deductible, you were either at fault, you both were at fault, or you filed through your insurance company and not the other insurance company.

This seems a little wierd and I hope you can shed some more light on it for all of us because something is not right.
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