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Former Auto Insurance Claims Manager

UPDATED: Sep 15, 2020

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Key takeaways...

  • AXA XL is based in Bloomfield, New Jersey, but there is another company with the same name in Georgia
  • Make sure you find a car insurance provider that has a good rating and a low amount of customer complaints
  • Always inquire about possible discounts to lower your monthly premium

This AXA XL car insurance review will focus on the AXA XL Insurance Company based in Bloomfield, New Jersey. There is also an online insurance company with the same name that is operated out of Atlanta, Georgia.

Ironically, seeing as both are supposed to be online insurance providers, neither one seems to have an established company website for customers to go through.

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In fact, there are not even any correct business numbers that are listed for either company.

While both appear to have a phone number to call if you briefly look at a listing for the company, neither number connects you to the correct business. One of them even takes you to a design company.

Since neither company listed under AXA XL Car Insurance has correct contact details, or an easily accessible company website, it is not recommended to pursue purchasing any type of product of service from either of them.

When you are looking to purchase car insurance online, you should still seek out a company that is easy to contact. In fact, you should also make sure you talk to a company representative on the phone too.

Make sure you find a car insurance provider that has a good rating, and a low amount of customer complaints.

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