Liberty mutual group Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Liberty Mutual Group is an American diversified global insurer and the third-largest property and casualty insurer in the United States. It ranks 75th on the Fortune 100 list of largest corporations in the United States based on 2018 revenue. Based in Boston, Massachusetts, it employs over 45,000 people in more than 900 locations throughout the world. As of December 31, 2019, 2019, Liberty Mutual Insurance had $133.644 billion in consolidated assets, $110.025 billion in consolidated liabilities, and $43.228 billion in annual consolidated revenue.

Moniquie shares her disappointment in, " Liberty Mutual is a HORRIBLE COMPANY that doesn't give a damn about loyal customers. I have been with Liberty Mutual for 5 years to find out that I have been significantly overcharged. Customer service sucks and they pretty much tell you that you been overcharged and is nothing they can do about it. Even after canceling coverage, they come up with bogus charges. No loyalty with this company. Rude agents. I'm just waiting on a class action lawsuit."


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Insurance Sales Advisor (Current Employee) says

"This company has completely fallen apart within the last 12 months. Liberty mutual was being sold as a preferred insurance company that came at a higher price. We would have a lot of uncompetitive rates and lots of rejections. We would sell on features and benefits of the company. Our goals were realistic and we were paid fairly for our effort. Within the last year, the goal has now tripled. Call volume has greatly increased with high risk leads. Most people who are transferred and don't even know who they are talking to or why. I've had numerous sales jobs but this one's the worst. NoneStessful"

Senior Claims Adjuster (Current Employee) says

"Zero respect for their employees. Unobtainable metrics and no encouragement. There is barely any communication on constant changes and there is no support fromUpper management RemoteLong hours, too much work, micro managers"

Service Agent (Current Employee) says

"The actual job position is through Teleperformance, and the only issue that I am having is with the company keeping it's word in regards to making sure my pay is correct. There has been a multitude of issues we me either getting paid on time, or receiving ny correct pay ."

License Property & Casualty Insurance Agent (Current Employee) says

"Goals are ridiculous. They keep raising the goal so they don't have to paid out commissions. Very poorly run organization. Micromanagement!!! Brutal place to work. Customers are nasty and the management is worst. You get from all sides. STAY AWAY-- they make big promises which are NOT TRUE! The company is in financial trouble. They are now out sourcing all customer service. The release over 100 plus employees to replace them with India out benefits.High goals so they don't have to paid commissions. Micromanagement. no job security"

Sales Advisor (Current Employee) says

"I currently work for liberty and can testify that the company and position is nothing more than a giant trap. They bait you in with a decent paycheck for 3 months and then raise your sales targets by 300% while lowering commission. When I started we were expected to sell 40 policies a month with the top performers in the company selling 100 a month. Recently the goal has jumped to 120+ A month, and that’s just to make a $900 commission check."

Billing Specialist (Former Employee) says

"Don't waste your time. I was promised a billing position and then forced into high pressure sales. No matter how good you are at your job, if you don't meet their timing "metrics" you'll be fired without hesitation."

Sales Rep/Agent (Former Employee) says

"Well, Liberty Mutual sucks as a company if you want to be an "Agent". They completely out price their own products so the agents are forced to sell the more affordable policies through a variety of other carriers. Commission checks have 40% in fed taxes taken out because it is a "Bonus" and on top of it all they are paid slow and you never understand what your check is going to be. Run from Liberty!I don't work there anymoreThe deductible for their family healthcare plan is $8500 per year"

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"This company uses a pyramid/Amway model of sales. You call everyone in your personal phone book and try to sell them a useless insurance. Not only is this 100% commission, the only people who profit are the founders because YOUR cut in sales is less than 1%. So many of my friends from college and former co-workers have fallen for this type of "get rich quick" scheme. What's worse, they will find random people on job websites (myself included) and text them saying "hey, we're looking for a manager, want to join?" If you want a real sales job, find one that pays an actual salary instead of 100% commission (those jobs should be illegal)."

Sr. Claims Representative and Quality Assurance (Former Employee) says

"Negative environment and their vacation was ridiculous. Only brought spot was they paid a tad higher. Not worth it though. Manager was rude and thought he knew it all. Coworkers kept their head down and did their own work."

Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) says

"They preach that they care about their employees but that is not true you are just a number to them and if you have problems with anything they are not there to help at all."

Insurance Agent (Former Employee) says

"Long process to actually take calls. It is a secure job, however you are tied to the phone 8 hours a day. Management needs to give agents the option to move to different departments based on performance."

Claims Resolution Representative (Former Employee) says

"Lots of favoritism. Disgusting office - stains on floor, graffiti on bathroom walls. Poor management that is unqualified for management positions. Overall do all you can to avoid the Hunt Valley APD office."

Senior Claims Resolution Representative, APD (Current Employee) says

"Liberty Mutual lost the customer service perspective. Impossible workloads, impossible #'s to obtain, unfair pay, not enough staff, constant revolving door!"

Claims Representative (Former Employee) says

"Run!!!!!! Just run, after my interview I was super excited to work here but it was the worst experience I had. No training, they just throw you kn and they pay decent but be ready to do 2-3 people’s work load! Not worth it, very over worked, and they tell you to stay to complete work but they will not pay youNothingEverything"

Associate Claims Adjuster (Former Employee) says

"bad company. This company does not value employees. Only keeps certain people not even when they are better than you. Also not having long enough breaks is also a issue."

Claims Adjuster (Former Employee) says

"I would not want to work at a company that treats it's employees like cattle. they will fire you for taking shout term disability. That is what happened to me."

Senior Associate - Personal Lines P&C (Former Employee) says

"I didn't really feel valued at the organization. There was no opportunities for advancement for me. There was no work life balance or flexibility on my team."

Sr. Claims Specialist II (Current Employee) says

"Everyday is like drinking from a fire hose while management gas lights and denies the obvious. No possible way the workload can be satisfied. Boston's higher-ups set the standard to live the life of the wealthy 1%... read articles out there on this issue. Unbelievable!"

Sales Representative (Former Employee) says

"I got tired of listening the top sales people train the newbies on how to deceive customers into thinking they are getting a better deal then they actually are. Everything felt very smarmy. Manager only cared about top performers and did little to help new agents grow their business."

Associate Representative (Former Employee) says

"the typical workday was finding a way not to get yelled at for work through your break or lunch to keep up with the metrics the expected. I worked in a call center. this place was micromanagement central. I got yelled at for taking medicine in between calls."

Robert says

"My first insurance claim ever, and sure enough, Safeco offered me a fraction of the funds required to fix the damage to my home. There is a very good reason why some insurance companies have terrible reputations."

Cathy says

"Trashy company. They helped complete the insurance fraud this drunk girl generated against me. Austin Cripps? Yeah. That guy blamed me for his laziness, then Juliet Parkin did nothing to protect me from their fraud. Horrrrrrrrible experience."

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