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  • 1.The York Group

    208 S 4th Ave

    Caldwell,ID

    0.49 mi

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01/31/2012
By: t.pirnie
Affordable Insurance Company
I have been dealing with this company for approximately 8 years and they have always been so very kind and willing to work with my families needs. We have all of our insurances through Affordable insurance and we couldn't be happier!
07/25/2011
By: c.giddings
Affordable Insurance Company
Liars and thieves... I'd tell anyone from personal experience to RUN in the opposite direction of this company!! This place is a RIP OFF, period!! They change things in your policy without proper signatures and will assign undeclared drivers to vehicles on your policy so they can charge you more money. They give you extra coverage you don't need on home owners, which means you end up paying more money for coverage that you don't even need. They quote you one rate in person and then deduct a higher rate from your automatic withdrawal. Your insurance company is suppose to help you get cost effective coverage while protecting your assets; not bleed you for extra money while giving you ineffectual coverage and NOT informing you about it. If your with this company?? Get another quote else where; I did and saved a bundle. These people should be shut down!! When you think of Affordable Insurance in Caldwell, Id. Remember theses words - Theft and Deception I did not want to but had to give them at least one star to post this review. Hopefully it will save someone else from getting ripped off by this agency.
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