Discussion in 'New York City' started by Douglas, Apr 25, 2015.
I would like to know how you came up with your 80% number.
No hopes and dreams here, I am a realist, I don't indulge in fantasies and big buckets of gold at the end of the rainbow, not in this industry.
Don't bother, you are just wasting your time, who really cares, his ilk don't deserve a platform.
I use E Z Vision Brokerage on Burnside Ave In The Bronx.. They are great there..
They are all the same quacks, the underwriters all charge the same, it's another monopoly business.
I find it amazing how corrupt the system is to obtain the proper insurance and the fact is that the companies are authorized in NYC are really not that great either.
NY Auto Brokerage
34-11 Queens Blvd, Long Island City. Is the worst customer service I have ever encountered. As you pay for your insurance while being insulted from a unbalance minded front desk woman. I seen her insulting other people around me and then when she took care of me, I got insulted because of her indolence. In my mind i said "This woman need psychological help". they're other tlc broker just google nyc tlc broker. I insure you I have saved you a trip from disaster. Is ironic how they're Recommend by Uber. They're the one you see the at uber Tlc room. I guess they want the weak minded drivers to take advantage.
No one asked for that.
That place is a schit hole!
The employees, the Broker, the office, the way they treat the customers and everything about them is so ghetto and unprofessional.
When you deal with NY Auto Brokerage, you should check your monthly payments carefully, because they "may" (by so-called "error") charge you additional late fee (without being late) and/or one extra payment on your payment plan.
If you catch their scam, they'll correct it by simply saying "Sorry, it was an error".
Of course, same as Uber does to the poor, uneducated and illiterate immigrant drivers that until you catch their so-called errors(!) in their accounting, they both will continue to steal money from the poor drivers' pockets!
I switched my insurance broker from NY Auto Brokerage to Mystic Brokerage which is more professional environment and feels more comfortable to deal with.
Entire industry is run by crooks and thiefs!
I also agree. I have tried many brokers and have not looked back since Lone Star. Young, knowledgeable staff with the best rates. Speedy service and nice office. Ask for Hassan
If u need tlc insurance, do not go to Next Century/Debbie Brown. She's unprofessional, you will wait for weeks for your quote.
i know what you mean by those insurance guys at uber offices Douglas
Yet too many times I still have trouble getting a cab.
But if ur just lookin out Why not just give advice such as "also sign up with Lyft, Juno, Via... as many as u can handle so that if one is slow u can pick up calls from one of the other ones? Or try Via every now and then, they pay hourly." Uber is not the only FHV company. U can even sign up with uptown bases as well and pay them about $70 a week and get those calls as well. Every FHV driver I have spoken to has told me they make over 1K net a week. And I can't tell u how many times I still have problems getting a cab. I take them at least 3 times a week.
Dude, can you stop advertising the joint you work at...
Lone Star Brokerage on Steinway is the best so far.
Especially for 1M policies.
I second Lonestar. My cousin pays $450/mo from those guys. Granted, he has had his license for over 3 years and his TLC license for over a year. It seems years matter no matter what insurance policy you have.
He's overhyping the matter. Yes there's a lot of folks on a TLC high, but the system is not backed up like that guy stated. The only way it will take forever is if you have to do a run around with paper work for whatever personal excuse. Also, make sure to have at least 3 months pay in check. If you can afford to pay the entire year off in one shot, I hear you would do better than the other guys. But most people don't do that.
I did notice some of them at the LIC office had an attitude problem. And they require a $2K down payment. WTF bro, that's outrageous.
I dealt with Pearland, both their LIC office and their (god awful) branch in Brooklyn. I found them to be helpful and straightforward. Just stay away from their Brooklyn office unless you want to wait a week for a simple email question to be (poorly) answered.
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