Gabi InsuranceGabi personal insurance agency is worst for me
I opted to try Gabi for auto insurance this time. It wasn’t good from start to finish.
They claim to send me the quote within 24 hours of the initial inquiry but believe me; I have received nothing after waiting for the four days.
I took a step further to reach out to gabi insurance again.
I have to send them an email with their quote, and boom, it was more than what I am paying to the other insurance provider for the homeowners.
I sent them all the information, and they got back to me saying that the declaration page does not show the total premium I was paying.
I deliberately kept that in mind and have not sent them, but They want to see how much you are paying others since the competitor is too much.
After going back and forth, I have signed up with them since my current insurer had a nasty reputation online regarding the claim process.
Gabi insurance assured me that they would stand behind us and support something that happened.
Then after a few months of sing up with them, I had a terrible accident at home and asked for the claim process, and wtf, THEY DENIED to help us!
They told me since they are just middlemen who sold the policy would not be able to help us in the claim process.
BAD!! They have to reach out to the leading agency.
I do not want to stretch out these reviews, but no one should opt to go with GABI Personal insurance or homeowner insurance.
I had to repair and cure myself and had a lot of bills that I had to pay.
It put me back by two years. I highly recommend to consults your local broker before opting with the gabi.
They are just playing numbers and would not care about the customer.
27 Reviews on Gabi Insurance
Gabi isn't as bad as you might think...
I’ve recently heard that Gabi is a “scam” because their quotes are on the higher side and because they won’t help file a claim- I’m not sure about a great many things. Still, I do know this: Gabi has, thus far, been nothing but a typical (if relatively predatory) insurance broker. Their job is just to help you find a quote that you like, and to help you get set up with that insurance provider. While many local brokers, I’m sure, would be willing to help you file a claim, it’s not really in the “broker” job description. A quick look through Gabi’s Terms of Service would detail as much, and while I’m sure most people don’t actually read those before accepting them, everyone hits buy all the same. If you don’t like them, ditch them and find a new broker. Besides, once you have a policy, you can set up an account on the provider’s website, and then you can ignore Gabi until it’s time to find new insurance.
TLDR, Gabi isn’t trying to scam you. They’re just being capitalists.
just read and listen to the main theme
Cheap, cheap, cheap. It’s all about money, period. Never mind that I may actually have to file an insurance claim because of an accident, and I decided to go with a cut-rate insurer. If someone saves you $1400.00, there’s something rotten in Denmark. And it’s really peculiar for someone to post a review a here claiming a savings of $1438.00, the exact amount as on the television commercial. Fake review about a fake lame company that doesn’t insure you. They only shop for you. Only now do they have a lot of personal information about you.
they quoted me almost twice my current rate
I want it removed from being promoted on my TV!
i want to remove Gabi.com from my TV!
SCAM to collect info
I went to the gabi web site to get quote. This is a SCAM. they only want to collect your information. They ask for all of your personal information. Your information is most likely resold many times. If you want to verify how bad they are, set up a dummy email address and use that email address for gabi. You will get lots of email from many different companies.
Gabi No Mobile, No Service
Online first time, sign up. At page seven, time out.
No mobile phone number? No service.
Never mention that in there online.
Stop right there.
I thought GABI was a scam. Some things they said and did made them look very unprofessional and seemed off. So, I called the insurance company they were trying to connect me to. They said “Never heard of them”. The insurance company offered me a much lower quote than GABI. Now, just wondering what if I paid GABI month after month, only to find out they are a bogus service later? Would not recommend
They want too much info
All they need is your age and address to give legit quotes. No one should give them access to your insurance company log in. They are a scam.
Not a scam but misleading
I do not believe they are a scam. However, they are doing the ole bait and switch. In my language, a quote is a firm amount. What they are calling is an estimate. Totally different thing. Why say its a quote and even ask for the person’s credit card or bank information if the quote isn’t really a quote?
That aside, the agent tried very hard to help us and I have to give them points for that. A lot of points, because I was unhappy about the deception and had to try hard not to take it out on the agent.
Gabi, tell the truth and call tings what they are and your business will thrive.
Appears to be a Scam! Not ready for Prime Time!
From the beginning, nothing worked on their website. It won’t allow you to enter anything manually and their link account feature doesn’t work with MOST carriers. I tried with my son’s Allstate account, My Progressive account and some others, none of them would log in. Then, trying to complete driver profile, it wouldn’t accept the number of years with current carrier. I tried all the options, none of them would work. For such a broken automated feature, it shouldn’t be online and is not ready for prime time. Further, I see many complaints of false claims and not supporting customers when filing a claim. Go elsewhere. It’s a scam and they just looking for money, but not stand behind you when you need them! A farce!
Wanted my all of my information FIRST
From the get go, they wanted my name, address and phone number and email plus current insurance and policy. Technically all they need is my driving record. That’s because they are “fishing”. After they get your information, they’ll immediately sell it to other companies. That’s why it’s free. No legitimate business does anything for free unless they are a non-profit organization. A business never does ANYTHING for free. This Gabi needs to be sued, fined and shut down. They are a sheep in wolves clothing. It’s time for the citizens of the United States to go after thieves like this. I didn’t even finish my application, yet within 2 hours, I was getting phone calls and emails from every insurance company there is. I didn’t even give my insurance policy, yet what I gave was enough to start the harassment. Btw, I have Progressive. They sent me a device that I had to attach to my vehicle and it observes my driving habits. From this, my rates are extremely low. Before this I was with Geico. I was given a introductory rate at first, but then it multiply every 6 months from then on. I’m a paralyzed disabled veteran and a barely drive 1000 miles a year! So why was my premiums going up when I don’t really drive enough to have to change my oil? Because it’s based on your area as a whole, not by one’s driving record. Many insurance companies do this. So even if you’re a perfect driver, you’ll still pay more than the last time you paid. My Progressive premiums hasn’t been raised in 4 years. Mine is $230 every 6 months plus accident forgiveness. If anyone can beat this, let me know please. And I don’t believe these positive reviews one bit. Nobody else will send you a device that observes your driving habits. And it’s not been very long that insurance companies gives Veterans better rates either. My insurance premiums from Progressive has actually gone DOWN every year I’ve had them. Geico never once went down and I was hospitalized for over a year. So I wasn’t driving at all, yet my insurance went up. If you have Acorns or Stash, you may want to see which insurance companies will invest on your account. My only complaint is that when insurance companies are doing these outlandish commercials on tv that costs money, to include sponsorship on a Nascar driver, why not do simple commercials so that there’s money to return back to the customer. State Farm and Alstate has been sponsored NCAA Bowl games for years. How about sponsoring the loyalty of your clients who have been with you for over 10 years and longer instead of wasting money on a sporting event?
To be totally honest I feel your company is misleading in how you post quotations and then let down your customer with less than promising results. Your advertising claims savings of potentially $1500 which based on my recent experience would seem impossible for anyone. But thank goodness social media provides everyone an out when you find these types of questionable offers.