We need help with these bizarre insurance questions.
August 8, 2014 10:28 AM Subscribe
Child Clarkstonian, who is an adult, bought a car. Said child doesn't make enough to satisfy the insurance company. They are making onerous requests. Said child needs good insurance, because our name is on the lien (first car, needed co-signers, child is paying for the car).
So, Child Clarkstonian bought the car. Car is done.
Insurance is nuts. Child Clarkstonian lives in a house with four other housemates. Only one is a friend. The others are barely acquaintances. They happen to share a lease.
The insurance company first insisted on a copy of the lease. Then the social security numbers of everyone on the lease. Then the birth dates of everyone on the lease. Now is asking for copies of the insurance cards of everyone on the lease.
They are NOT friends. Repeat. They are NOT friends. They share a house. They have known one another for a total of a month. One of them does not even live there and will not for at least 6 more months. There is no way Child Clarkstonian will ask for this information.
What is going on here? All of the others have cars, have their own insurance, and NONE of them have been asked these questions. These are not appropriate questions to ask people you do not know.