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  • Dolores , Palo Alto | 03/26/12, 8:55 am |  Rate this review: Add rating  Subtract rating  
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    I followed all instructions from my AAA Insurance Claims person, and turned in a report about my stolen/damaged property. I made every attempt to resolve this matter with AAA, and the police/sheriff’s department who refused to make an arrest or investigate the incident, even though I had called in a 911 report, and met with the police, who thereafter met me for a standby, to retrieve what I could of my stolen property.

  • Dolores of Palo Alto | 04/03/12, 10:18 am |  Rate this review: Add rating  Subtract rating  
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    I followed all instructions from my AAA Insurance Claims person, and turned in a report about my stolen/damaged property. I made every attempt to resolve this matter with AAA, and the police/sheriff’s department who refused to make an arrest or investigate the incident, even though I had called in a 911 report, and met with the police, who thereafter met me for a standby, to retrieve what I could of my stolen property.AAA wrote to me to fill out an itemized list of my missing belongings and damages to my property. AAA stated they would be able to obtain the police report even months later, and failed to do so. I repeatedly called AAA to get this resolved. They changed agents, and gave me the runaround. I turned the other cheek, and I in turn, notified the court’s hall of records in Redwood City, CA. The clerk told me the Sheriff’s Dept. would issue a new report. They sent me to pick it up, and the Sheriff became uncooperative, and refused. AAA stated they cannot honor my claim, without the police report stating my property was stolen. They wanted pictures. I sent in pictures of my horse trailer, the damages, and pictures of more than 11 horses I raised, and showed on the equestrian circuit. Thus, to prove I had equipment and farm/ranch supplies/horses for the past 40 years. I also have proof of my horse registration papers, equestrian club papers, family and friends who will verify my past/ownership of my property.

  • Laurie of San Francisco | 04/23/12, 8:57 am |  Rate this review: Add rating  Subtract rating  
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    I just received my new Declaration Page which shows that my $1,000 deductible is now changed to 15% of the loss! I also received several disclaimers in regards to possible damage which they do not cover. Interestingly, also included is a letter noting: “The AAA Direct Repair Network of Home Repair Contractors” – is a law changing in re-disaster coverages. There is also a reference to “Hazard Reduction Premium Discount” of 65% (doesn’t say percent of what amount), and references to dwelling tied or braced to the foundation using “approved anchor bolts, installed according to approved building code standards.”AAA is scamming homeowners. This document is extremely vague. It isn’t informing the insurance-holder of anything specifically, but states an undefined “requirement.” This looks more like the sales staff concocted it, particularly with the ad for the AAA-recommended building companies. The language is not legal language. What can be done? Has anyone else received a removal of their $1,000 deductible and replaced with 15% of damages deductible with various surprising disclaimers?

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