Geico charges blue-collar workers more for auto insurance
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#1 Mar 5, 2006
1) If these jerks stopped their flood of tv advertising they could probably give you a real healthy rate cut.
2) Beware of their bait and switch when copping insurance from their web site
3) I believe firmly in the opposite - the more you have the more you should pay. What's your value of a dollar.
#2 Jan 9, 2014
I have a master's degree but work at a blue collar occupation. I also had a credit score of about 760 when I checked out Gieco. After hearing their ads, I decided to see if there was any truth to their claims—after all, who doesn't want to save money? Gieco wanted to charge me double, twice as much, 200% what I was paying another national insurance carrier and more than other reputable carriers quoted me.
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