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I have had several different types of accounts with the Summit Federal Credit Union over the years, including car loans, home equity lines of credit, savings accounts, personal loans, and checking accounts. The customer service I have received during this time was great, and their loan products are very competitive. I'm not a huge fan of their online application process/online banking site, and it's too bad that their hours are more limited than larger banks. These are the only complaints I have about The Summit. If it weren't for these two issues, I would very likely do all of my banking with them.
I have had State Farm for my homeowners insurance for close to twenty years now, and have never had an issue with them. The price is great and the customer service is great. I can't think of anything bad to say about them. Even when I had a claim about ten years ago, the process went very smoothly, the payout was fair, and I had it quickly.
I have had nothing but problems with Farmers Insurance in the 6 months that I've been a customer. When I first signed up, it took over a week before I could even print out my insurance cards. Then I realized that they put the wrong coverages on my policy, even though the original disclosure they sent to me had the correct coverages. After finally getting that fixed (which took several phone calls and changes before they finally got it right), a month later my coverages changed again without my consent. I fixed it again, and a month later it happened AGAIN. I've never had so many issues with a car insurance company. Also, there were a couple times when I called the office, and the person answering the phone said "Yo, what's up" instead of the company name, etc. The only positive thing I have to say is that the price is great.
The Chase BP credit card seems like a decent value if you have a BP in your area. Unfortunately, I don't think there are any within 50 miles of me. Also, it's too bad that the savings don't kick in until you spend a certain amount of money. My discover card gives me 5% cash back on all gas purchases. It would also be a problem that it's only up to 20 gallons. This would force me to go to the gas station more often, since I have a 26.5 gallon tank.