The first time I heard about Progressive Insurance was when I heard that their policy for a small farm had a $2 million deductible, a $1 million annual deductible, and an additional $1,000 deductible if the policy was renewed more than five years.
The company offered me a full year of coverage, but the policy expired in two years.
My mom, who is also a farmer, called the company to inquire about the policy and to cancel it.
The insurance company offered a $500 discount and a $300 reimbursement for the cancellation, but my mom and I both felt like we were paying $300 out of pocket for the policy, not $2,500.
I called the number and was immediately told I was being denied a quote.
I asked to speak with a rep, and they told me that they had no record of any policy holder requesting the $300 back.
When I pressed for more details, they told the story of how they had already issued a claim to another policy holder, who had also canceled the policy.
I told them I had been denied because my policy had already expired.
After several phone calls, they finally told me they could not cancel the policy for me.
They told me, “I’m sorry, but we can’t do that because it’s against the policy,” and that I had to take the claim to the FTC.
The FTC can’t just reject the claim.
It has to consider the financial impact of canceling a policy because of a financial loss, as well as the effect of the policy on the policyholder.
But Progressive Insurance told me it has never given me a discount on the claim because of the $1.3 million deductible.
The fact that I have not received a discount because of my policy has made it hard for me to continue to pursue this claim.
The claims process for insurance companies like Progressive Insurance is lengthy and complicated.
The agency can take months or even years to process a claim, and there are multiple layers of review.
The process can take more than one year for an insurance claim, even for small claims.
But when Progressive Insurance claims a claim that has already been processed by the FTC, it has to wait until the insurance company makes a settlement offer to the insurer.
That means the insurer has to send the company a written letter detailing the offer, including how the company is going to pay the claim and how it will make the payout.
If the insurance claim is denied, the insurance policyholder is required to pay $300 in cash, $250 to the policy holder or a designated beneficiary, and a portion of the settlement to the insurance carrier.
The settlement will be the first of its kind in the insurance industry.
When the insurance settlement comes out, the insurer will have to pay Progressive Insurance the full amount of the claim, plus interest and penalties, plus the cost of doing business with the policy issuer, plus $150 for any legal fees incurred.
I spoke to several other policy holders who had similar issues with Progressive Insurance.
The policyholders told me Progressive Insurance refused to pay their claims because they didn’t have the money to pay it.
This is a common complaint, because the claim process is so lengthy, and the companies often do not respond to their calls and emails.
The companies’ failure to respond to calls and email requests from The Verge resulted in the insurer being told that they could no longer provide service for the claim if they were not willing to pay, or to refund the policyholders, for an average of $5,000 per claim.
When asked about this in a call with a representative, Progressive Insurance did not answer questions about the claims process or the settlement process.
Instead, the company said that it was working with the insurance department to address the issues raised in the article.
The insurer told me in a statement that it has no record that the policy holders were denied a claim because they did not have enough money for the premium.
The statement also said that Progressive Insurance has never received a refund for the $3,000 payment made to the insured.
The claim process for Progressive Insurance, according to the statement, was as follows: “The policyholder must first submit a written claim form to the reinsurance division, and then the reinsurer will process the claim for the insurance coverage under the policy.”
If the reinsurers request a refund, the reinsurement department will determine if the reinsured party can pay the policyowner and the reinsuror will notify the policy owner of the decision.
When Progressive Insurance first contacted me in December, it offered to pay me $2.5 million for the medical costs of my wife and the costs of a second daughter.
It had a claim pending against me, and I wanted to be sure that Progressive was not the only company that had issues with my family’s medical situation.
Progressive Insurance denied the claim in March 2018 because of concerns that I did not disclose the full