The insurance company is not obligated to do business with you. Chances are you purchased a 6 month policy. At the end of that time, they can raise the rate or do whatever they want. If they are not satisfied with your explanation, I suggest finding a new carrier before the end of your policy.
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This one has been posted before.
Best of luck getting some fresh new replies-maybe more insight into your situation!
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