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It seems that it takes a few hours for the app to recognize the policies and passwords. After working off and on looking for returned emails I was successful in registering both policies in the app along with it recognizing my password without having to change it. Still only four stars because of the difficulty in setting everything up. Hopefully I will be able to change this review later. I just purchased two policies with Progressive. One for my RV and the other my auto. I was allowed one policy only and the app will not recognize the password that Apple gave. The app sends me to a web site that indicates an email will be sent but no email sent. I think the problem is multiple policies. If that is the case it needs to be updated immediately to accept multiple policies with Progressive if they want to be a player in this highly competitive insurance industry. Online customer service is important. Maybe you can reply to the app.
Good coverage, but premiums are very high. They don’t prioritize the customers at all. Two years ago they “totaled my car” leaving it with a salvage title despite it only have a cracked front bumper and headlight which could have been repaired enough for around $500 without discussing with me prior to having it a officially declared a salvage vehicle. Then they only gave me 1/2 of what it could cost to replace my vehicle and I ended up without a vehicle for a while. Now I have a filed a claim due to an animal knocking off my drivers side mirror and they are repeatedly trying to get me to drive it without a mirror because the repair is going to take so long and they don’t want to pay for the rental car that I have been paying outrageous premiums for. They would rather me lose my life in a car accident than to pay out anything or attempt to get simple repairs done in a timely manner. And I have been a customer with them for over 20 years and 10 years with car and home insurances. They do not value loyal customers at all, therefore I would it recommend anyone to consider using progressive for anything it is the best deal they can find, but that would be very unlikely.
The app is amazing. Always works when I want it to. Shows me both of cards when my policy is close to renewing. Anything that I can’t do on the app it will link me to the website and keeps me logged in so I can get things done. They have all of my documents stored in one single place online so if I miss a mailing or delete an email I can still check it out. I gave it 5 stars and said its 85% is because I wish you could pull up the dec page and voi on the app and save it like the ID card. I love that I can see the status of my payments online and that I get a reminder a few days before it pulls the payment. Originally I could sign my docs online. I would like to be able to sign all docs online. Like when I make changes in the middle of the policy period. And for the auto they don’t let you lower you comp/coll online. It would be great if I could do it myself instead of having to call in. Otherwise it’s great.
I'm not sure what's wrong with this insurance company and why things had to be so difficult. They could not contact their underwriters to let them know that I wasn't NOT married or living with the person that I used to share an insurance policy with... then there was the problem with the physical address which was not the same as the mailing address. They actually canceled me three times in a row by mail which I did not receive it except for the last one, so I didn't have coverage for a few days each time. Luckily I canceled the policy before they did and found a reputable company to go with. They refused to believe I was divorced (it's been 3 years now)or even acknowledge that I had a drivers license with my physical address on it wasn't good enough for them- they needed me to go to my place of work and have them sign a piece of paper so they could see it. Really?! Joe Blow could've been my signee!! I didn't tell them what a piece of garbage company I think they are on the phone because I know it's not the fault of one employee. But they appear to be extremely unorganized and I will never go back!!
Learned the hard way that I should have invested a little more money and gone with a better company. I purchased insurance before I left for work and then 20 minutes later a jerk in front of me slammed on his brakes! The info clearly states that coverage begins “immediately”, but that’s not true. My guess since the guy was “so injured” that he insisted he be taken by ambulance to the hospital but sure wasn’t injured enough to call insurance from the back of the ambulance and was threatening suing, progressive decided to refuse coverage. Even though I clearly showed my email with new documents with the time stamp they disagreed and denied my claim. When I demanded the forms for an appeal, I was denied and told that there is no appeal process and was hung up on. And I still get to make payments on the stupid thing while now having to get another vehicle and pay for an attorney to sue them. Then when I got other insurance, good one this time, Progressive emailed me to “give us a call and see if we can give you a lower rate”?! Nothing like poaching from other companies!
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Here are some things you can do
with the Progressive App*:
• View coverages, discounts, ID cards, documents, and policy details.
• Report and add photos to a claim.
• Pay your bill by credit card, debit card, checking account, or PayPal.
• View your billing history and upcoming payment schedule.
• See your progress in Snapshot®.
• Quote or make a policy change.
• Request roadside assistance, exactly when you need it most.
• Take and submit photos of documents that we've requested from you.
• Get in touch with your agent and claims rep.
• Start an auto insurance quote—and then buy online.
*Availability of some features may vary by state and policy type