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AARP Car Insurance Scam: Are You Eligible For A Reward

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We’ve been told that the prominent, Wall Street Based Law Firm, Levi & Korsinsky, is investigating claims against AARP for selling car insurance without a license to do so, allegedly. Have you purchased car insurance from AARP? If so, you are likely eligible for a reward! Please click here to sign up for the potential case. If we have further developments on the AARP Car Insurance Scam, we will have them for you here.

Furthermore, AARP is also allegedly charging inflated premiums for its auto insurance and collecting a portion in violation of state law. If you bought auto insurance from AARP, please contact the attorneys below to learn more about your rights, or click here!

Rosemary M. Rivas, Esq.
44 Montgomery Street, Suite 650
San Francisco, CA 94104
415-373-1671

Rosanne Mah, Esq.
44 Montgomery Street, Suite 650
San Francisco, CA 94104
415-373-1671

To get more information regarding the investigation of AARP, Inc., without cost or obligation, please call the firm at 877-363-5972 or complete our contact form.

Have you been affected by the potential AARP Car Insurance Scam? If so, sign up for the potential class action here! Need to talk to us? Shoot us an email to Outreach@ConsiderTheConsumer.com, or find us on Twitter, FacebookInstagramLinkedIn, or even connect with us directly on our website! We look forward to hearing from all of you.

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1 thoughts on “AARP Car Insurance Scam: Are You Eligible For A Reward”

  • John says:

    I have checked out the insurance company that represents itself as endorsed by AARP. Never, have they claimed to actually be AARP INSURANCE. Their quotes were always higher than some other companies, but I was informed I was dealing with The Hartford Insurance a Company, and never was told anything different. I realized The Hartford would probably pay AARP a finders fee for those they contracted to insure, but it was NOT AARP that was offering the policy. How could anyone misunderstand that?

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