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07/06/2017
By: Linda G.
Pronto Insurance
Very helpful and quick to work on my new policy. Marco was very polite and provided great service. Definitely pleased.
06/19/2017
By: Janie A.
Pronto Insurance
Very easy to make my payments. No problems with them. Always are very professional and answer any questions I may have.
06/16/2017
By: Vida C.
Pronto Insurance
I have always received quick, easy, and friendly service from Pronto Insurance. I do appreciate the bottled water as well. Thank you all.
04/25/2017
By: Ruben L.
Pronto Insurance
Friendly, courteous service. Knowledgeable, honest about ad claims. Prompt response with documentation.
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03/03/2017
By: Christel H.
Pronto Insurance
Quick and easy reliable and no nonsense had documents immediately honest with their pricing no bull.
06/06/2016
By: Jeremy V.
Pronto Insurance
Hate is a strong word but I have to admit, I absolutely hate Pronto insurance. This company can careless about their clients and it shows through the adjusters, management, and customer service associates lack of action. It's been over two weeks since my accident and total loss and I still haven't heard anything else about what is going to happen, neither has the company I have my car loan through. They only found out about because I informed them about it. Dealing with pronto feels like getting dirt kicked in your face when you're already downUpdate: June 27, 2016it's been over a month and finally my car was paid off since it was considered a total loss (date of accident 5/19/16, payoff determination 5/22/16 est). Payoff is supposed to be done within 10 business days of determination btw. I have yet to see my money. I filed a claim with Texas Department of Insurance because now my credit reflects a missed payment due to waiting for payoff.
02/25/2016
By: Lori L.
Kay Conly - State Farm Insurance Agent
Kay has been our agent for a number of years and we've had great service. She and her team work with us to ensure we have the right amount of coverage, not just trying to sell us on things we don't need or want. Fortunately our claims have only been related to one major hurricane, but she was with us all the way. Highly recommend.
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10/16/2015
By: Anthony n jennifer H.
Protector Insurance
Wod not recommend this company to anybody they are a bunch of lures down to the owner of the business! If you get insurance with them make sure you check once or twice a week to make sure your insurance is current. Spoke to the owner of the place about resolving this matter and all he does is duck and dodge us do not get insurance through these people it has been a very horrible experience!
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06/19/2015
By: Tre J.
Valley Day And Night Clinic
Horrible clinic. They don't care about you as a patient, misdiagnosed me I had to get a second opinion from a different doctor at a different location since they wanted to charge me again for another opinion since the first doctor I seen said I had one thing but wrote down something different.
05/15/2013
By: linbrownsvilletx
Valley Day And Night Clinic
This clinic is the last place to go when you need to see doctor. Dr. Anderson is a greatdoctor but he doesn't see patient anymore... at least we are unable to make an appointment with him for past 3+ years. All you see is PA... and full of staffs but very slow process and bed service... they don't treat patient fairly. My husband have been this clinic for blood sugar and other regular exam every 3 months for the past 6 years. When he get the lab report, there is no blood sugar result, the answer from them is " sorry , forgot to do it"..... OMG , they didn't offer any correction to cover their mistake... but of course, they never forget to charge you as much as they can. No need to mention, they mess the precription too.... I am very upset with this place and can't wait to find a better place to go..... Dr. Anderson, you really need to look at your staffs carefully.... Every friend I talked to, they all shake they head for your clinic...
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