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I recently bought an auto insurance online because I was going to start using my mom's car for college, I had never been on my moms insurance because it was not necessary to be on it b/c i never drove that vehicle, I was legally license since the age of 16 though. My mom gave me the car for college, so i insured it w/ nationwide by myself, meaning i am the only one on the policy. Now after being with Nationwide for about 3 months they recently decided to e-mail me that they were not satisfied with the declaration pages b/c my name was name in them. now, most likely what they're wanting to do is increase my premium or kick me out. Is that okay even though they never mentioned anything when i first purchased the insurance.I got insurance for the vehicle that i am driving, nationwide is the insurer. when i bought the insurance from nationwide they asked me to provide all type of info like who were the former insurers of the vehicle they were insuring, i provided the declaration pages. After a few months of being with nationwide they notified about their dissatisfactions with the declaration pages due to the fact that on the former insurances i was not listed. Nationwide is now debating on doing either kicking me out or increasing my premium, and when i say that its b/c i have already talked to nationwide.