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3 hours ago, disgruntledemployee said:

Ha!  Must be what's financing the airline grants.

WRT homeowners/car insurance, who out there is doing good service and value?  My car rates just went vertical.

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So I'm paying ~$330/mo. for full coverage on 2 cars (pretty new, nothing exotic) and homeowners insurance on a $350k home.

I was previously paying ~ $180/mo before the move but the old home value was around $280k.

Does that check or are you guys seeing way better rates? Good driving records with no accidents/tickets in the past 15 years or so and great credit.

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1 hour ago, Kenny Powers said:

So I'm paying ~$330/mo. for full coverage on 2 cars (pretty new, nothing exotic) and homeowners insurance on a $350k home.

I was previously paying ~ $180/mo before the move but the old home value was around $280k.

Does that check or are you guys seeing way better rates? Good driving records with no accidents/tickets in the past 15 years or so and great credit.

Wife and I have both vehicles, fairly new mid end cars fully ensured with Geico for $75 a month, clean records, good credit. We switched from USAA, they were charging $125 a month. Local company for home owners, live a mile from the coast, not in a flood zone, $1600 a year for - $270,000 home. USAA wanted $2800. 

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On 3/31/2020 at 6:15 PM, viper154 said:

Wife and I have both vehicles, fairly new mid end cars fully ensured with Geico for $75 a month, clean records, good credit. We switched from USAA, they were charging $125 a month. Local company for home owners, live a mile from the coast, not in a flood zone, $1600 a year for - $270,000 home. USAA wanted $2800. 

47 years with USAA and NO claims auto or home with the exception of windshield replaced last year.  Getting the runaround on a house claim now.  It ain't the same USAA of old.

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On 3/31/2020 at 1:12 PM, Kenny Powers said:

Is USAA not the go to insurannce company anymore? Ha e others here found better rates with another company?

To be honest, I havent shopped rates in probably 15 years.

Geico is way cheaper.  USAA is run by cucks now.

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7 hours ago, torqued said:

Did you read the entire article? Who are you calling “sheeple”? And why?

Can y’all copy/paste it? I’m paywalled.

Edit: Found this: 

SAN ANTONIO  Editor’s note: This story was published through a partnership between the San Antonio Business Journal and KSAT.

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency issued an $85 million civil penalty against San Antonio-based USAA Federal Savings Bank on Wednesday, citing failures with the bank’s risk management and compliance, according to a news release.

The OCC said these issues led to violations of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act and the Military Lending Act, and that the bank is working to remedy the violations under a 2019 consent order. The fine will be paid to the U.S. Treasury.

“The bank has failed to implement and maintain an effective compliance risk management program and an effective [information technology] risk governance program commensurate with the bank’s size, complexity and risk profile,” according to the OCC’s latest consent order. “The bank has deficiencies in all three lines of defense (first-line business units, independent risk management and internal audit) in its compliance risk management program.”

USAA said in a statement that it has been working diligently to hire the right expertise and improve its systems, although it has “not moved fast enough to close some gaps,” and that it is working cooperatively with the OCC.

“Simply put, we have fallen short of our high standards and those of our members and our regulators. As we grew quickly over the last decade, we never wavered from our commitment to serve members. However, we did not sufficiently invest in the capabilities and expertise necessary to meet regulatory requirements and evolving business needs,” USAA CEO Wayne Peacock said in a statement.

Edited by Kiloalpha

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8 hours ago, torqued said:

Did you read the entire article? Who are you calling “sheeple”? And why?

No I just read the headline 🤦‍♂️ Did I miss something positive? The bonuses to the banking group? 

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