Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Ameriprise Auto & Home Insurance


Ameriprise Auto & Home Insurance


Great news! We've enhanced the Ameriprise Auto & Home Insurance website and added even more self-service options for you.

Through the improved online service center, you can make changes to your policy whenever it's most convenient for you - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The link to our enhanced site is:


From there you can:

- Report a claim

- Select payment options

- Request ID cards or declaration pages

- Update credit card or checking account information

- Make an address change

- Add, replace or remove a vehicle, driver, finance company or

home mortgage

- Update Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)

- Update driver's license number

- Update your Costco membership number

Once you're on the site, don't forget to add it to your favorites.

That way, when the need arises, we'll only be one click away!

Thank you for selecting Ameriprise Auto & Home Insurance as your provider.


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Auto & Home insurance is underwritten by IDS Property Casualty Insurance Company, or in certain states, Ameriprise Insurance Company, both in De Pere, WI. Each company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ameriprise Financial, Inc.

1 comment:

Mary Ellen said...

I have just experienced very frustrating conversations with two of Ameriprise's representatives, Randy Muesbeck and Scott Gehrke (claim #969158). Recently, one of Ameriprise's insured clients backed into my Ford Ranger while it was at a stoplight. The damage was minimal - a misaligned front bumper and a brakeline that became disconnected as a result of the impact. I had the Ranger towed to a nearby garage, and they fixed the brakeline for $114.48. I am only requesting out-of-pocket reimbursement from Ameriprise, but Ameriprise is saying that they refuse to pay for the repairs, as there is no "proof" that the impact caused the brakeline to disconnect, despite the fact that the truck couldn't be driven after the impact because it no longer had any brakes! I'm doing my best to take a reasonable approach to this, and I just want to be made whole. I am deciding my next steps, but in the meantime, my advice to anyone reading this is to BE WARY OF DOING BUSINESS WITH AMERIPRISE.