People’s Trust Insurance Company Stuart Florida Review

I stupidly responded to one of those slick mail box flyers and asked People’s Trust Insurance Company for an estimate to insure my home. After a lengthy telephone conversation with a long list of questions I was given a “reasonable”” price for an annual Homeowners Insurance policy for which i immediately paid by credit card. A week later I received a telephone call requesting a visit by People’s Trust Inspector to which I agreed. The Inspector appeared

asked a few questions which were answered truthfully after which the Inspector took about 100 to 150 photographs of my home. Note that i encouraged the Inspector to photograph and/or inspect anything he wished. When his work was completed

the Inspector said everything looked fine and he left. Approximately two weeks later

I received a letter from People’s Trust Insurance stating that my homeowners policy was being cancelled. There was no options stated nor offered. No conditions! Simply cancelled. So

I went back to my previous Insurance Company and re-instated my previous Homeowner’s policy. Another two weeks and I received a telephone call from People’s Trust Insurance asking if I had mailed the requested photographs to which I responded: “”What photographs??”” There was no request from People’s Trust for photographs. Besides

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