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I’m a healthy 28-year-old girl who bought a house and started my own business. Two years after purchasing my house I experienced increased instability with my left knee. I had a CT scan that showed I had worn down my knee as a massage therapist. I needed immediate surgery bone and ligament reconstruction. Recovery for this was 3 months and then I suffered an infection. I was off for half a year and my doctor communicated with them saying there is no way I could have known I needed surgery. They kept stealing my money and expressed that I should have known about my knee. They are still taking money from me even after signing papers to leave CUMIS. Exhausting horrible experience
We applied for our disability insurance and we have spent the past 5+ months waiting for a reply and have been denied. At $420/mth, they like to take your money, but not pay a claim. They have asked for almost our entire medical history. Ever hear of the privacy act?
Do not use this company! They will find every excuse to Not pay out. What kind of insurance company is this? Thanks Steinbach Credit Union for supplying us with a useless insurance company. If this is the insurance company your bank/credit union offers you, find your own. They will never pay out. They will come up with every excuse. Let you go broke, and then the bank forecloses. Our loans officer even told us to find a different insurer. I do not give this company any rating at all, but you have to choose at least one star to submit this review.
I paid almost $2k for a loss of employment claim on my vehicle. Simply put, after 60 days of unemployment the claim makes your payments. Turns out, they actually don't. They said my policy is for a partial payment, and it will be received by the creditor 3 payments late, which will damage my credit. So, I will have to keep making payments out of my pocket and how do I get the money back on the double payments? Not their problem, they tell me. And when I spoke to a supervisor, all I got was the standard "that's the way it is" response. I have never dealt with a company that cares so little about protecting a customer for what they paid for.