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04/04/2017
By: Sherre T.
Chad Johnson - State Farm Insurance Agent
I've been with amazing State Farm agents for over 40 yrs with no issues, that is until I moved to IA and chose an agent at random - Chad Johnson. My experience started as disappointment and ended as intolerable. I severed ties with Chat because I felt my best interests were not being represented. I found him to be Unforgivingly Disorganized, Unprofessional. and just plain Rude.
07/31/2016
By: Robert F.
Insurance Gurus LLC
Got good advice, friendly and efficient. I will go back for all future insurance needs and recomend to all my friends!!
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05/05/2015
By: Michael K.
Chad Johnson - State Farm Insurance Agent
never called back...been weeks.
11/21/2013
By: Timmothy B.
Millhiser Smith Agency
Awesome! Found you guys on your site http://www.millhisersmith.com
07/10/2013
By: petergaunt
Transamerica Life Insurance Company
Very unhelpful business. Unfriendly, hard to contact. Asked for information on account.They Asked for my SS# ,drivers license then wanted them clearer etc. Still waiting.
05/26/2013
By: justin.r.wasson
Farmers Insurance - Steven Schoenfeld
Best place in town to get insurance. Good prices, great service, very helpful every time I have needed to file a claim!
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