yes, some how they had transfer my case to some new agent i never did business with. He coming back to make me pay for all the years inwhich my insurance canceled on me. He putting me thru collection making me pay for coverage that was canceled from the time period i had no coverage. My old agent was fine with it. but, during the course of the year down the line. I was in and out of the policy, but each time i wanted to renew they would make me pay a re in-statement fee. My old agent would not hold me accountable as he had called me up, as i told him i was unable to afford it. when, i did renew with him and continued on. He retired, as my policy canceled during his term when i was unable to make the monthly payment again. Right after that the insurance co. had canceled. It was the right thing, because i could not make the payments or to be re instated. Now, just in the recent months this new agent keeps on sending me bills for all the payment in between the policy , which was canceled. I never renewed my terms there after as i told out insurance else where. He took over, on this policy as it was terminated a long time ago by the insurance co when i missed a payment. but, it was canceled before my agent had retired. Now , this new agent wants money in between the years of the termination period. I am also talking to consumer affairs as they are helping me resloved this as well too. I would like to have you help me if you can? This is unfair, business practice. thank you Lam Lai
I talked to the insurance agency today and explain to them my policy had cancelled along time ago, for non-payment. So, it looks like she will call me back on Monday on this. In the meantime, what you recommend i do? because the collection agency call me here daily. I don't think, they will resloved this for me. Please help me?
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