Just wondered whether you would be suspicious if your insurance agent told you that he would use information that obviously wasn't "correct" to get you a better rate. One, the agent knows he is doing something illegal, and two, you are essentially lying too. At that point, I guess I'd question whether you're paying something for nothing. Think about it, if you get in an accident, and it's discovered that your info. has been dummied, do you think the insurance company will cover your loss? Bet not.<quoted text> I suggest you quit looking in the mirror, when trying to come up with all your discriptive phrases
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#22 Jan 31, 2011
#23 Jan 31, 2011
Well said, but based on my experience, you'll never convince Jerome it was a stupid idea to begin with. Especially the agent thinking he wouldn't get caught. I'm beginning to think Jerome was the agent in question the way he defends him.
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