The Consumer Protection Coalition wants everyone to know about Florida’s runaway scam and hear from victimized homeowners like Eleanor, who desperately turned to the yellow pages for help with water mitigation. When she received a bill for $11,000 for work the insurance company said cost $3,000—the contractor demanded the difference.
The contractor told Eleanor he could only start working immediately if she signed a lengthy contract—one that included an Assignment of Benefits or AOB clause. Eleanor had no idea she was signing away her policyholder rights. Throughout the Sunshine State, growing numbers of homeowners are facing nightmares of shoddy work, unfinished jobs, huge unexpected bills, and law suits against their insurer that they did not approve.
No matter what happens, call Olympus first and stay in control of your claim. Immediate help you can trust is always available on our Claims Line at 866-281-2242.
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