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National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvani

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President: John Quinlan Doyle
National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvani
175 Water Street 18Th Floor
New York City, NY 10038
Phone: (212) 458-7000
Toll Free: (877) 638-4244

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National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvani is a Stock company that was incorporated in 2001-02-14. National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvani is a Fire & Casualty insurance company and has assets of $33,706,843,733, capital of $4,478,750, and net surplus of $11,820,944,305.

The president of National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvani is John Quinlan Doyle, the treasurer is , and the secretary is . National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvani insurance plans include airplane, auto, boat, business, health, and home.

National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvani is located in New York City, NY and the phone number for National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvani claims, customer, service, and additional information is (212) 458-7000.

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National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvani Reviews: 33 Reviews

  1. Bob Kuhn 11. Jul, 2011 at 12:00 am #

    You are a bunch of thieves.

    I received a phone call back in May 2011 was offered insurance told the caller I was not interested. Was told I would receive on offer including a 25.00 gas card just to look over policy. If I still didn’t want it sign and send back. Well, I never received anything.

    Then in July 2011 Money was stolen from my checking account.Yes, I said STOLEN for an insurance payment for something I never authorized Now I’m out $68.00 for return check fees and such because when you stole my money you also messed up my books because I didn’t know you were stealing my money.

    Rest assured the Ohio Board of Insurance and the Ohio Attorney General will Know of your unfair business practices

  2. Faith 04. Aug, 2011 at 12:00 am #

    The National Union Fire Insurance Company has been taking money from my bank account for months, unbeknownst to me. When I looked up these charges, I was told that they stemmed from a call from a telemarketer three years ago, who offered me a gas voucher. I’m certain I declined, as I am neither a car owner nor a licensed driver, yet have over $360.00 in charges from this company.

    I have not utilized any of the “services” this company provides, as I wasn’t aware that I was “covered” by them, and in fact have my own health insurance and no need for this additional accident insurance.

    I feel robbed and scammed. I do not recommend using this company for any of its services, and if a telemarketer calls on the company’s behalf, I would hang up immediately!

  3. Ramon Turner 07. Sep, 2011 at 12:00 am #

    To whom this concerns, I would like to express my unhappiness with your company. I joined with you all because in the case of an event of an incident I would be able to count on you for help. Now that I’ve suffered a near-death experience, your company is giving me the runaround and will not help me.

    I’m very upset, and I feel like I’m being hoodwinked. I live in a community of a very large population in Jacksonville, FL. Please do not count on me referring you to anyone.

  4. dave barry 17. Oct, 2011 at 12:00 am #

    signed my wife up and now they will not let me cancel my policy.

  5. Gayle Hutchens 20. Oct, 2011 at 12:00 am #

    I have no idea who these people are. I called my bank about a recurring withdraw on my account and they had no idea-I called the 800 number and it is NUFP-they have no idea who I am.

    They finally find me by looking at my old address they ‘offered’ this to me because of my bank-I have no paper work, email, nothing from them and stupidly have been allowing them to take out money for 3 years.

    What insurance doesn’t provide any information or send anything (mostly because I didn’t know who they were) so no emails, no regular mail. I am so upset. My bank can only refund so many charges.

  6. Al from Philly 31. Oct, 2011 at 12:00 am #

    Looks like a scam to me. They sent me a rejection for coverage based on some gobbledygook about the way for enrollment form was filled out. Only I never heard of them and certainly never filled out any form.

    I won’t call the 877 number on their letter. And they have no “contact” link on their website.

    Does that insurance crook, Warren Buffet, own this sleazy company?

  7. Alex 26. Dec, 2011 at 12:00 am #

    Total scam. They suddenly started charging our credit card for a policy we never signed up for.

  8. Francis in NC 05. Jan, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    Most obnoxious, disrespectful people I have ever dealt with.

    Wouldn’t listen then moved into a hard sell. Won’t ever buy anything from them.

  9. pedro 11. Jan, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    Used, and probably owned by Wal-mart, enough said.

  10. melvin r joseph 13. Jan, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    insurance life

  11. David 17. Jan, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    Very low on the food chain. Eating what drops to the bottom.

  12. rolena gerber 25. Jan, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    my policy

  13. Pamela Jones 28. Jan, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    Have been given the runaround as to how to cancel. Feel this is a scam.

  14. David Salvage 09. Feb, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    I’m in the middle of having a horrendous experience with this company related to Hurricane Irene. I’m appalled at the low ball level this organization plays at.

    I’m wondering if any of the people below might be interested in teaming up to create a class action lawsuit against them? Contact me at disalvage@aol.com!

  15. totally pissed 10. Feb, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    Never heard of them. Charged a credit card I have NOT USED in 15 months. Refused to talk to me unless I provided personal “identifying” information that even my credit card company never asks.

    FRAUD FRAUD FRAUD

  16. martha Henson 15. Feb, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    my husband died from a motor home accident. this company denied my claim. The doctor says in writing this accident was the cause of his death.

  17. Kim 20. Feb, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    They took money out of my Mother’s account and will not send me a signed copy of the application, or refund the money.

  18. Mark McDonald 22. Feb, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    I signed up for their Temporary disability policy and within one month I dislocated my ankle and was off of work for 4 months. I had a three month elimination period and was due $1,000 for the 4th month.

    I have been getting the run around for 3 months now. I bought an AFLAC policy and had a small claim for a cut finger and the claim was approved that day!

  19. pjg 22. Feb, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    RIP OFF started w/opening an account from Bank of America , been paying 9.95/month for insurance I didn’t need/want or sign up for. Account has name of “Income Protector” w/phone number of 866-565-8998. called them and canceled this scam, they continued to take money out of bank account.

    BofA couldn’t do anything about it. Ended up closing account and called the 866 number to tell them not to bill anymore. will see. (they won’t give you a fax number to send them a letter to cancel).

  20. THIS COMPANY IS A TOTAL SCAM 13. Mar, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    Hey, everyone. Basically, just like all of you I have been scammed by this “so called” insurance company. I found an unknown charge to my debit account recently and when I looked into it I was informed that they were taking money out of my account for 3 years!

    I have now had over 1200 dollars stolen from me over the years which makes me feel like an idiot and needless to say having that money was essential to me and I probably will not ever see it again.

    I would definitely be interested in supporting anyone performing a lawsuit against this company.

  21. Cathy Sharp 22. Mar, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    Totally crap company, have been waiting for over 3 years to call and call etc. to be denied again and again.

    Got a lawyer. Wish me luck. I will need it, I will never quit fighting.

  22. Patrice bell 19. Apr, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    I have tried to contact this company for 4 months to cancel policy and cannot get in touch with them. After you are on hold for so long, the phone just hangs up.

    However, after reading the small print on my mortgage, I discovered that I don’t have to send their payment with my house payment and it will be cancelled automatically. And it is done as I speak.

    Scam company!

  23. Kathy Di 19. Jul, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    Just submitted a claim for the first time on 6/28 and received my check today, 7/19, in the mail. Never had a problem at all. In fact, I’m impressed at the speed in which they handled my claim.

  24. JOEY 06. Aug, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    I was sent two checks for my Dr. visit which was double of what I had Paid. Come to find out, I was covered a year earlier for 1 month and didn’t know it. They Paid the Claim, even though it was nearly a year Late, on a lapsed policy!!!

  25. B Green 26. Dec, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    I fax my claims to LotSolutions as instructed. A little bit of jumping-through-the-hoops is required, but payment is prompt and exactly as promised by the policy.

  26. Nancy 02. Jul, 2013 at 12:00 am #

    I have had this policy for a couple of years now, unfortunately, we have many medical issues. Once I learned how to complete the paperwork needed, I have not had any problems with payments, it has really helped.

  27. karen colletti 09. Sep, 2013 at 12:00 am #

    My car was hit broadside by a commercial vehicle insured by this company and I have been given the runaround for the last 2 months about who is handling the claim. I can’t even get a freaking claim number.

    This company is a joke….no wonder they have so much money…they screw people out of it!!!!

  28. J P 10. Oct, 2013 at 12:00 am #

    Never had a problem. Have submitted claims, all paid. Whenever I call, I get my questions answered. So far, so good.

  29. Janice Marsh 22. Jan, 2014 at 12:00 am #

    For the last few months since National Union became AIG, the claims process has been a nightmare. If I call National Union, they are nice but can’t seem to do anything for me and if I call AIG I get the same thing.

    I am currently trying to get paid for a Physicians Office Visit benefit for 11-18-13 and found out today that they have come to the wrong conclusion that I have reached my benefit maximum which the representative said she could even see that it was wrong.

    These people used to be efficient, but now they are really messed up. Wish me luck!

  30. Sue Desi 04. Dec, 2014 at 9:47 pm #

    Please report the scam to your local Attorney General. You may receive your money back.

    I received letters this summer from this company telling me my policy had expired but I could reactivate by paying the premium owed. I had never heard of them and had no idea what the supposed insurance was for (and, of course, the letter said nothing about what type of insurance I was renewing or what it would cover, the terms, etc.).

    I tried calling, and like some of you, found that they would only discuss with me if I shared my personal information, which I was not willing to do because I did not believe I had done business with them. My husband took the letter, made a copy and sent it to our local attorney general explaining that we felt it might be a scam.

    After two attempts by the Attorney General, I suddenly received a check in the mail for nearly $1500 from the insurance company. For real. A valid check made out to me from them for nearly $1500. But I had no idea what money I had paid them EVER and what I might be agreeing to or setting into motion by cashing the check. I basically still wasn’t sure this wasn’t some elaborate scam that might get them access to my bank account information.

    I called back in to ask more questions and this time, with some careful doling out of partial personal information on my part (and the fact that I had a valid check in my hand and the person on the phone fed me partial information that told me she already knew it), I was able to get to the point where they could explain what the policy was for and how I had paid on it. Turns out it was some kind of scam with my mortgage company.

    They CLAIM that I signed up for a two-month trial of accident insurance 8 years ago and never cancelled it (I did NO SUCH THING, by the way). And they’ve been — unbeknownst to me — adding a $14.95 fee to my mortgage statement for 8 years. I had literally paid them almost $1500 during that time.

    I refinanced my mortgage this year, which effectively cancelled the policy that I had never agreed to, and then triggered the letter to start paying premiums directly. And, simply because I reported it to my local Attorney General, they sent me the money back. No explanation letter. No acknowledgement of what had happened or why. Nothing. Would never have known how or why it started if I hadn’t called back in to get more information.

    BUT I WANT OTHERS OF YOU WHO HAVE HAD SIMILAR SITUATIONS KNOW THAT YOU MAY HAVE RECOURSE. PLEASE REPORT THEM TO YOUR LOCAL ATTORNEY GENERAL. YOU MAY BE ABLE TO GET YOUR MONEY BACK. AND IF ALL OF US DID THAT, MAYBE THEY’D QUIT FINDING IT TO BE LUCRATIVE ENOUGH TO CONTINUE.

  31. frances tropeano 19. Jan, 2015 at 9:43 am #

    I am in the same boat as many of you… This no good pathetic company should be shut down. I can’t even believe that Bank of America would have any association with them!

    They offered complimentary insurance which they say I signed for and which they sent me a copy of, but NEVER RECEIVED THE ACTUAL POLICY telling me what they actually cover in an event. They took money out of my account for over 2 years and now I just hope that they cancelled my business. What a rip-off.

    Does any have this insurance and did you receive a policy? Thanks for your help

  32. emy orillo 26. Jun, 2015 at 3:10 pm #

    I just found out that this company has been charging my bank account since 2009 – a total of $1,545 and I don’t have a policy or any statement nor correspondence related to the charges.

    I have overlooked the charges I thought it was just one time $24.95 from one my purchases but it has been charging my account since 2009. I have insurance policies from different companies but unlike this one, I get statements and correspondence.

    Beware and check your Wells Fargo Account Statements – It has this NUF HPP INSR as charged.

  33. Jonathan M Sanchez 16. Sep, 2015 at 1:50 pm #

    I just found out that this company has been charging my bank account since 2009 – for two policies $24.90 and $24.95 and I don’t have a policy or any statement nor correspondence related to the charges.

    I have overlooked the charges I thought it was just one time $24.95 from one my purchases, but it has been charging my account since 2009. I get no statements and correspondence.

    Beware and check your Wells Fargo Account Statements – It has this NUF HPP INSR as charged.

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