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Unfortunately there are no helpful replies from USAA representatives on what the resolution was to these claims that "accident forgiveness" was not applied tot he premium, and that premiums were in fact increasing. I would really like to know the answer to this concern raised by several longstanding USAA members. Thank you.
DDD77, in this member forum you will not see the details or the resolution as this is handled on a secure channel due to the privacy of the account. I will be glad to review your account details to include your questions via a PM.
Apparently I do not know what accident forgivness insurance is. After my accident in september, at my renewal in february my premium went up. In April I was notified that my umbrella coverage also went up because of the accident. How many times can I be punished for this accident? Why am I paying for accident forgiveness if nothing is forgiven? Does this have anything to do with an accident my son had before he was removed from our policy and got a policy of his own with USAA? At what point is the slate wiped clean with accident forgiveness. I'm still carrying it on my policy although, obviously, I cannot take advantage of it since I have now had an accident. Please explain!!
Seraphineraineau, I'm sorry to hear how disappointed you are and I want to make sure your concerns are addressed. I'm engaging my colleague to review your information and reach out to you. Thank you. -Paula
Did you ever figure out why your premium increased, even after the "accident forgiveness"?? We are going through the exact same thing, a minor finder bender and our rates went up drastically even though I was paying for accident forgiveness.... Might as well of just not reported anything and paid out of pocket, would have been way cheaper in the long run that way. I don't understand the point in paying for insurance and then getting punished when you have to use it. It's like wearing a safety harness in the tree stand, it catches me when I fall but then someone comes along and beats me to death like a pinata while I'm hanging there - might as not wear the harness and skip the beating.
Brofessor, I'm sorry to learn that you were involved in a fender bender. I understand that your auto insurance premiums have increased, and I'd like to get some answers for you. Therefore, I'm engaging a specialist on our insurance team. Please allow some time for the specialist to review the situation. We will conduct a follow up with you during regular business hours. ~Darcy