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Encouraging Insurance News for Furloughed Workers



Important Memo from Prime Insurance and Safeco

Prime Insurance has just received notice from the Safeco Insurance Company regarding the present US government shutdown.

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“Since Dec. 22, 2018, the United States government has been shut down with no estimated end date. In our continued focus as an organization to provide our mutual customers peace of mind, we want to provide support to customers impacted by the shutdown.”



Safeco advises government furloughed employees with the following message.

Auto, Home, Renters, Condo and related insurance customers experiencing trouble making Safeco insurance payments as a result of the Federal government’s shutdown should contact Prime Insurance Agency. Service specialists will then help mutual Prime and Safeco clients by making accommodating billing adjustments.

Both Prime Insurance and Safeco stand in solidarity with all our clients. As always, we are here for you, committed to help provide the best possible experience to customers through normal times – as well as through the more trying and challenging ones.



PRIME Insurance is a three-generation family-run independent agency. We’re proud to partner with many of the leading underwriters – recognized companies like ACE, AmTRUST, ASI, ASSURANT, CHUBB, CNA, Employers, FOREMOST, Liberty Mutual, MetLife, PROGRESSIVE, Safeco, StillWater, Travelers, USLI, ZURICH and more. This gives us the ability to provide all forms of nationwide coverage and bonds at competitively lowest quotes. Visit us on our online insurance website or email us at PRIME [at] primeins [dot] com or call us at 732-886-5751 and HAVE A PRIME DAY™!

Summary: Are you a furloughed employee of the United States Government experiencing trouble making your Safeco insurance payment? In conjunction with the leading insurance company, Prime Insurance Agency extends a helping hand of assistance.

 


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