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Geico is the fourth largest insurer of auto insurance policies in the country. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, Inc., headed by Warren buffet. In business since 1936, the company boasts more than 20,000 employees and over 21 billion in issued policies.
Company Information5260 Western Avenue
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
(301) 986-2237 (Fax)
Last Updated: 2020-05-02
Company Reviews (5)
GEICO, March, 2012
We checked many companies to cover our cars and our motor home and Geico gave us the same coverage others did for half the price.
We lost several thousand to GEICO, October, 2018
Beware of GEICO customers!
I was rear-ended by a GEICO-customer three years ago and did not get a penny for the medicals I had to pay out of pocket for a Whiplash, Concussion and Post-Concussion and Headaches I’m still suffering from.
In MD the claim has to be settled within 3 years – this was in my case Monday, October 1st, 2018.
GEICO called me on Friday September 28, 2018 to remind me that there were still some doctors reports missing which needed to be uploaded to be able to settle the claim on Monday. I did upload these documents during the weekend and received an Email on Monday from GEICO stating my documents had arrived and someone would contact me within 24h if any questions appeared. No one contacted me before I received an Email on Wednesday, October 3rd telling that the claim had been closed and I did not receive a penny.
After contacting GEICO they told me that they had tried to reach me on Monday by phone and had left a voicemail message. However, I don’t have any missed calls from GEICO on October 1st and I do not even have a voicemail on my phone.
This is how the GECKO makes money and ruined our families life. We lost several thousand to GEICO.
Geico is horrible, April, 2017
After many months of getting jerked around by a crook, Geico claims that they would not cover my motorcycle claim as a theft.. It was a clear cut case of a person offering to store my motorcycle, and then for months jerking me around to get it back.
Geico accepted the police theft report, accepted my paperwork as a theft, however, out of squirming their way out of a minimal claim, chose to deny this claim..
This is an example of poor business ethics. Pay more if you have to, but do not trust that Geico has you covered....
This was left with Geico's complaints, and no response..
Preparing to place something on Youtube:
I have just got off the phone with Geico's representative and I am furious to her comments and informing me of my claim not being able to be processed under the finding that my motorcycle would not be considered a theft.
The Houston Police department consider it a theft. All paperwork, forms and statements between myself, the police, and Geico were accepted as a theft.
My scenario is no different from one handing their vehicle keys to a valet with the understanding that your vehicle would be safely stored for you and returned upon your request. Then, when asking the valet for your vehicle, the valet simply saying, "I don't have it.."
The claims representative stating she had recently sent me an email is either untrue, or still has inaccurate information in my file.
I wasn't expecting much in terms of compensation, nor did I expect to be treated this way.
Not only will I fight this decision with Geico over $3000 or $4000, it is now out of principle.
Motocycle policy road side assistance, June, 2016
Geico motorycle insurance road side assistance id a rip off. How can you offer this feature and thwn not beable to provide thw service!! We called to use the service and after a 3.5 hour total wait was finally told they do not have any trucks to tow. This was after mutiply calls long hold times etc... why provide the feature if you can not service it.
Where to start..., December, 2015
I am NOT a Geico customer. Nor will I ever be. I have attempted to file a claim against a Geico policy holder since September 2015. It's the end of December, and Geico is stating that they cannot get their policyholder to respond to their inquiries, that they will deny my claim. So, they collect premiums from their policyholder, that damaged my vehicle, and when said policyholder decides to evade their attempts of contact, it becomes my fault to fix my vehicle myself....mmmmm??