When Statewide Insurance closed an office in Harlingen they didn’t feel the need to shred their customers information. Instead they just left it in the dumpster. When most people are confronted with this type of behavior they say it was a mistake and won’t happen again. Jay Barnes, the General Manager for Statewide in Austin had a different answer. He said he didn’t need to worry about his customers because the information was “are five years or older.” [video]
Shame on you Jay Barnes and Statewide Insurance. You have demonstrated how you view your customers. You have forgotten who pays your salary. I can only imagine how you treat customers when they try to file a claim.