Eastover Insurance Group in Jackson, MS with Reviews - YP.com
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By: Kisha C.
Acceptance Insurance
The lady name is Jacqueline and she is so rude I called to get a quote and she told me to call her back once I was ready to buy insurance because I may not call her back she was so rude I do not recommend this company I would not recommend any person she was awful she did not have her stuff professionally and I hope nobody has to go through this or have to feel like this about buying insurance she's horrible Jacqueline is her name for acceptance auto insurance in Jackson Mississippi I do not recommend this moment no body no matter what cause should be treated or talk to the way this lady treated me and talk to me today today is November 23rd 2015 and time its 2:09 thank you
By: pearsonangel
US Insurance Brokerage
My husband and I started a home business and went to this company for our genral liabilty and bond insurance needs...I would not recommend this company to anyone..They do not tell you of any charges that they charge you to find insurance even when asked about their charges they tell you the insurance companies give them a percentage..Well i got both policies from them and come to find out I was charged 50.00 per policy by them and they still have not reported my down payment to the liabilty company and I got a cancellation notice from them..Needless to say this has been one of the worst experiences of abuse I have seen. Sad thing is now you cant even get them to answer our calls or anything...So sad when you are trying to better yourself and work hard to make a living for yourself and a company takes advantage of you to this extent....I would not recommend this company ever to anyone especially in these hard times when our money is so important to be take advantage of like this is so disheartening that people would treat you this way...I lost 190.00 to this company that i am fighting to recover from them and I will...I dont take likely to people like this taking advantage of people and I will do all I can to insure it doesnt happen to anyone else
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