It's great to see that USAA has paid out more this year than any other year in rebates, dividends, etc. So, with an organization so focused on it's military members (active and vets), how is it that a dependent is eligible for a dividend check, but I, as an honorably discharged veteran, am not...simply because of the pay grade I seperated from the military at?
How do dependents get prioritized over active duty and veterans?
I'm not sure how you find that response hilarious. Every insurance company has to charge more in premiums than they pay out in claims and expenses or else they would go out of business. It's simple math. Insurance companies must have reserves in case there is a major catastrophe that causes huge financial losses. The one thing that separates USAA from the other companies is that USAA is a member owned organization. Their are no stockholders or investors where excess profit goes. The excess premiums are kept in subscribers accounts in each members name. If your insurance policy starts with USAA XXXXX, then you more than likely are a member who has a subscribers account. Generally, any excess funds collected throughout the year are added to your subscribers account. Additionally, members receive a distribution from their subscribers account in years that the association has strong financial results. It should also be noted that if you terminate your relatiosnhip with USAA, the full value of your subscribers account is given to you.
ooh no, maybe I should stay off of the big bad internet because "my integrity was just questioned" by someone who seems to make it a habbit of lurking around the member community and harrasing people. Have a nice day!
keyboard warriors always make my day :)
Were you bullied in high school? Is that what causes you to attack random people on the usaa community board. I again, suggest a therapist or psychiatrist. It might help with your displaced anger