Amica Auto Insurance Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Amica Mutual Insurance Company is a Rhode Island-based mutual insurance company that offers auto, home and life insurance. Amica was founded in 1907 by A.T. Vigneron and originally offered auto, fire and theft insurance. Since then, Amica has expanded to offering auto, home and life insurance, as well as owning a number of subsidiary insurance companies. It is the oldest mutual insurer of automobiles in the United States.
Kenneth of Kings Park, NY wrote a review for CUSTOMER AFFAIRS about Amica Auto Insurance and shares the disappointment about the policies and the increase on rates:
"Hello. I have all my eggs in one basket with Amica. A homeowner's policy, Auto, umbrella, and additional coverages for my wife’s jewelry. I have been with Amica for 10 years. They have consistently raised my rates. I had my car stolen and reported a claim. They were dismissive and act as though they could care less. I have top tier coverage yet they would only give me twenty dollars for a rental car. You can’t rent anything for twenty dollars. They act as though I am a suspect. Every time I ask a question they don’t know and have to get back to me. They are not covering the belongings inside the vehicle. That’s considered a different policy which I have but have a 2500.00 deductible. Ugh. I pay approx 7000.00 a year to them for my combined insurance. After this is all over I am switching. Amica is not a good company. They do have polite employees, but the actual service you get is horrible."
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