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Frost from fog…a lot of it. It’s pretty, but I’m not tempted to go to the store.

Kind of slick out there, I suspect, especially in spots.

We’re de-decorating.

I’m doing cold-weather comfort food for supper.

7 comments to Frost from fog…a lot of it. It’s pretty, but I’m not tempted to go to the store.

  • CJ

    And would you believe, Met Life contacted our bank and claimed we had just switched insurance back to THEM.

    Oh, I am beyond put out. I am going to have to go to the bank and have a face to face with the loan department to make sure these people don’t foul up my insurance.

    • Walt

      Do you have fax capability? A fax is legal written notice, I believe. Talk is not. Maybe call your local office, get a person’s name and their fax number, tell them what’s going on and back it up with a fax. Stay warm and off the ice.

  • chondrite

    Hmmm… once again, WP eateth my reply.

  • Tommie

    You are aware that this is fraud, aren’t you? You might file a report with the police as well as the BBB and who ever it is that regulates insurance in your state. Someone should know; for all the other possible victims, not only for yourselves.

  • CJ

    Frankly, I think it’s the sort of stupidity and lack of organization that caused me to switch from Met Life to another company. They hype what they can do and how little they cost. Apply the math to that. I shoulda.

    But if this drags on, you’re right. I’m going to start building a file for the Insurance Commission.

    One thing the bank does: it requires a signed release before they’ll switch your homeowner’s insurance, and this means you CAN have 2 insurance companies briefly before they make the transition. But Met Life is apparently both billing me and promising a refund. Simultaneously.

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