Geico Sued in Consumer Class Action

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Geico insurance company deliberately and fraudulently portrays drivers as responsible for accidents they didn’t cause and arbitrarily assigns drivers to high-risk indemnity status in an attempt to keep customers from switching carriers, a class action alleges.

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  • ELois Poole-Clayton

    I am appauled, by these "marketing" dealings.
    It is nothing more that the munipulation of issues(which is truly an insult to my intelligence)!
    When I hear such mumgo-jumbo, I simply say, "is that right"(and then silently say to myself, this fool thinks everyone is sleep or should be sleep on what he/she is saying or trying munipulate other with).
    Where worldly people call it game, I call it FLAME, for the way I see it(that is a person who thinks highly of themselves and others), GAME, doesn‘t have to be munipulated. It comes without playing games.
    In otherwords, when you naturally are good at what you do, there is absolutely NO reason to get greedy for when that happens, you become corrupt, lose family, jobs and friends and in most cases, you go even further and wound up messed up on drugs(trying to be like the Jones or trying to be slick OR got away with something and has fooled yourself into believing you can do it forever.
    What a fool(is the bottom line to the story) and besides, a person should get better PRIDE in knowing that they did something good and it helped someone in your doingings.
    Tha‘t what brings you more business!
    That;s GAME!

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    about time

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