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I signed up for the free credit report, which was what I was looking for. This company, like most of the others, are part of Experian. It was a hassle to cancel, was kept on hold for more than 10 minutes, and was treated to their sales pitch about staying on for the monitoring. I didn't want to pay for that, and said so from the get go. I cancelled within the free trial period, and was fortunate to not have been charged after that. Would I sign up again? Probably not, as all these companies are the same, not one is any better than the other. Don't waste your time with this one.
When I was searching for good quality insurance in Florida when I moved here, I stumbled across the State Farm website of Ed Buckley. Not knowing much about the market in this state, I had quite a few questions. All the other agents in the area either tried to entice me with low rates but not good coverage, or the rates were so high there was no way I could afford them. When I received a quote from this agent with identical coverage from where I was, I was happy the rate I was quoted. The agency has always been most helpful whenever I've had any questions, and they've even sent quotes in the mail for other products they sell. Overall, I plan on staying with this agent for some time to come.
TJX is a good card for shoppers who frequent the stores it's linked to. The 10% off first purchase and the rewards points are enticing reasons to sign up. The interest rates are pretty high, higher than the cards I currently have. Keeping the balance low would make the rates not all that bad. Overall, the card is similar to other cards out there, with the incentives being a bit better. Definitely good for the consumer who doesn't carry a large balance.
I had the Way2Save accounts since the takeover of Wachovia several years ago. It's good for people who want to save money this way, not so much if you need every dollar you earn. It was difficult if you needed to transfer the money back into your checking account more than six times per month, as the federal rules are there is a charge for more than six transfers or withdrawals out of savings per month. This was the main reason I converted the account after several years of use to a regular checking with no savings attached. I've avoided the fees by having more than ten debit card uses/payments every month. Customer service is excellent, they're always willing to help if there are any problems, which is why I stick with Wells Fargo.
We've had AAA insurance for our cars since May 2012. We switched from another company after their rates more than doubled. I have to say AAA has been great, helping us along the way. The agent at the office was very helpful in explaining the different policies and options available to us. With a new driver in the family, he made it easier for us to decide exactly which coverage we would need, given the ages of our cars. We were also offered a discount and a no-fee option if we decided to have the premiums deducted directly from our bank account. AAA gets two thumbs up from our family.