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    Thumbs up Hard to go wrong with USAA

    If you have any connection with the US Military by marriage, birth, adoption ect, then you need to see if you are eligible to join. I have been a member since I was an ROTC cadet in college - over 25 years ago. They insure everything I own. Their banking services were used to purchase 2 vehicles and refinance my homes. I also have my checking account with them, a master card and used their buying service to purchase some nice jewelry for my wife. While my "local" bank treats me like I am street trash, USAA goes above and beyond. I am in the process of cutting all my ties with the local banking community and use USAA exclusively. They are Local no matter where you are!

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    Amen to that. I have been a member for 15 years.

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    My wife and I have been with USAA for about 9 years now and we will never switch to any other company. We were stationed in Florida for about a little over 8 years and they treated us well during a couple of hurricanes.
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    ive been with usaa since i was 15 been with them for about 8 yrs now. never go to anyone else. best company ive ever dealt with. my family uses them too.
    The only dumb question is the one that was not asked.:neutral:

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    I had USAA until I found better rates on insurance. They are still a good company though, I have always heard good things about them

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    How do their insurance rates compare to the big 3 Caddie?

    ** I'm in total agreement on the banks lol
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    Old thread, but I've been a USAA member since 2003 when I joined the Army. I've had several reuptable insurance company agents begin talking to me about switching and quickly end the conversation when they find out I'm with USAA. I'll never go to another bank and have no interest in looking for another Insurance company.

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    I agree they always take care of you. They had a flat bed ready to pick up my truck within a half hour of calling them when tahoe blew its tempature control valve last summer. the tow driver was super nice and even helped us out since we ended up down a car. Also the shop they sent us to had the truck ready by the next morning the people worked overtime just to get the truck fixed.

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