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Under Investigation: National Union Fire Insurance Company / AIG
We are investigating the National Union Fire Insurance Company (“NUFIC”) and American International Group, Inc. (“AIG“) for a potential class action lawsuit concerning (1) allegations of billing issues / assessment of automatic bank charges not agreed to by consumers (2) calls that may have been placed to cell phones without prior authorization. If you have any information that could be helpful, you are welcome to contact us.
Complaints about National Union Fire Insurance Company
Some consumers have complained about fees imposed by this company in a way they perceived as unfair and deceptive. Others have complained about calls they have received from this company.
- “My mother has been completely ripped off by this company! Do not do business with them! She is 77, functionally deaf, and has been taken advantage of..I’m at my wit’s end trying to work with National Union Fire Insurance Company my mother’s behalf and am getting nowhere. The company has stolen $2, 540.40 over the past 9+ years from my mother; $3, 445.00 with interest. They did it after signing her up for insurance without her consent and auto-withdrawing the monthly premiums from her bank account. They refuse to assist me, and continue to lie to me. My next step is to take the company to court. I think a class action lawsuit, seems like thousands of people have been wronged by these people.”
- “I keep getting letters in the mail ( 8 so far) saying that I have a policy with National Union Fire and that it will be canceled if they do not receive a payment. I never even heard of them and have not had any policy with them. I just want to let people to watch out, this is some kind of a scam.“
- “I am a huntington bank customer and just recieved these charges on my account. I did not authorize this, I did not get a gas card or sigh up for some kind of promotion. My bank is adamant that they did not give my account information to them, but admits they do advertize for them. I did fail to notice the 17.85 bill the first two times it appeared on my statement. I filed a dispute with my bank, and now have to wait till tomorrow to contact this bogus insurance agency to cancel as it is sunday. Does anyone have any class action information for this agency?...”
- “I keep getting phone calls from the National Union Fire Insurance Co. offering a policy that I’ve already said I’m not interested in. I asked them the first time they called not to call me again.”I’ve gotten ten more calls since then today, and it’s only 3:30 EST!“
Rippoff Report (37 Complaints)
- “National Union Fire Insurance NUF ACC INSR 88 is taking 38.55 from my account at U S Bank stating “phone authorization” and I’ve never spoken to or authorized National Union Fire Insurance Company to deduct money from my account.”
- “The caller ID says GCS. When I answer there is no one there. I have called the number back many times – and it is answered by an automated message from National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh PA“
- “NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA PREYING ON ELDERLY SENDING FAKE COVERAGE LAPSE NOTICES“
Information about National Union Fire Insurance Company and AIG
The National Union Fire Insurance Company sells and provides insurance products to consumers and businesses. It operates as a subsidiary of American International Group, Inc. (“AIG“) (formerly Chartis U.S., Inc.). The CEO of NUFIC is Mr. John Q. Doyle. NUFIC’s primary place of business is located at 70 Pine St., New York, NY 10270. Their phone number is (212) 770-7000. AIG is led by Mr. Robert H. Benmosche, whose yearly compensation is $10,573,900. According to documents filed with the SEC, “In March 2012, the National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, Pa. (NUFI), an AIG Property Casualty company, became a member of the Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLB) of Pittsburgh.”
- AIG Exec: Public Outrage Over Bonuses ‘Just As Bad’ As Lynchings In The South (talkingpointsmemo.com)
- AIG’s Benmosche and Miller on Villains, Turnarounds and Those Bonuses (blogs.wsj.com)
- AIG Using Science to Define ‘Broker Quality’ and Not Following Market: Benmosche (insurancejournal.com)