I am glad to announce that 90% of the preparation for the Chengdu-Tibet trip is done, including travel insurance, China Visa as well as tour agency that will manage our trip at Tibet. The only thing left out now is, changing money (the rate is not good now!) and getting permission from the company to take 12 working days off. Me and LimCM will spend 17 days at China where the first three days will be at Chengdu and followed by 14 days at Tibet. Awesome!
A guest blog by Carrie Cope of Schuyler, Roche & Crisham, P.C.:
There are times when the unwelcome discovery of a regulatory violation, such as the inadvertent issuance of an insurance policy in a state where the company isn’t licensed, can put an insurer between that proverbial “rock and a hard place.” While disclosure to the governing regulatory agency may be the company’s preferred plan of action to resolve the problem, management may be concerned that voluntarily disclosing it may result in a fine or penalty or uncover more than hypothetical worms under that proverbial rock. As a result, it’s not surprising that insurance companies approach resolving such problems with different strategies.
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He has been involved in a couple bike accidents and he has his car insurance through an insurance company that I have never heard of. Would this be more expensive because it’s not that popular? Would progressive, Arbella, Liberty Mutual, or Geico be better or cheaper? Or does it not even matter what insurance company he goes through because he is a step 23?
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These people have charged me 20 dollars a month for five months for a policy that I never signed for or even asked for.I’ve never seen a policy from smart step informing me of what type of coverage I am paying them for. How can they do this!
Someone called me on the phone and said it was a supplemental life insurance through bank of america for 20.00 per month. I told them no thanks but they somehow are automatically deducting my account each month.
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