I have read quite a few posts here regarding eligibility for USAA membership.
I found some answers in various online business magazine stories about USAA's phenominal growth. What USAA
fails to reveal that there are more "associate" ( non military and non veteran) members than there are military/veteran
USAA insurance is a mutual insurance company that is owned by policyholders and its members are given the right to select management.
I would appreciate exactly what this means from a USAA executive and not from the people, some cases military spouses who sometimes will try to respond to a post from a member.
The current CEO, Stuart Parker was voted unanimously from within by the board of directors. How would members
even know anything about management at USAA when we don"t even have access to them. Their contempt for
honesty, ethics and loyal members is shamless.
Why can't Mr. Parker man up and be truthful to the owner members and answer our questions about outsourcing to
India? Or why the advertising to the general public via millions in TV commercials? Better yet, why is USAA so opaque?
The growing perception is that USAA has something to hide.
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