I had an issue with my online bill pay a few months ago. It stunk. I got late fees added to every single one of my bills because of some weird screw up. In any case, I thought I’d had it all figured out… but just today got a letter in the mail saying that my auto insurance had been canceled because of a missed payment.


I’ve been meaning to check out Geico, so I hit up their website first and, just like that, had car insurance not 25 minutes later. What was especially convenient was that the policy starts tonight at midnight, so I won’t have any time uninsured. Neat.

Thanks Geico!

2 thoughts on “Geico

  • 6/30/2009 at 10:54 am

    Whoa. That was trippy. Really trippy.

    I was *just* on Geico’s website (as in, if I click the ‘back’ button on the browser, it’s just a click away). UUIG and I just recently bought a house, so we combined our house insurance with both of our cars’ insurance into one big cash-saving bundle. Result, no more Geico for me.

    Except that you can’t cancel online. You actually have to call up a person.

    That was so eerie, coming from Geico and then seeing Geico on your front page.

  • 6/30/2009 at 4:51 pm

    My one and only experience with Geico went like this:

    (On phone with Geico Rep)
    Jesse: I’m considering switching from Allstate but I get all their good discounts like good driver, good student, yada yada so I’m not sure if it’s worth it.
    Rep: Well, let’s do a quick quote.
    (takes down Jesse’s info)
    Jesse: So how’s it look?
    Rep: Well, looks like we can go about 50% cheaper.
    Jesse: I’m, sorry did you say fifTEEN or fifTY?
    Rep: fifTY…
    Jesse: sorry, fifTY?
    Rep: fif TEE!
    Jesse: half of 100?
    Rep: YES!
    Jesse: I’m in.

    Too bad MA doesn’t do Geico otherwise I would not have left them.


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