|Andres Carrasco says an insurance company paid the|
$21,000 it owed him with loose change.
This time, it's the Adriana's Insurance Services Inc. of Rancho Cucamonga, CA.
According to NBC Los Angeles, a man named Andres Carrasco, 73, reached a settlement in a lawsuit against the insurance company.
Carrasio said he had been assaulted by one of Adriana's Insurance employees, sued, then settled.
So, recently, the insurance company ponied up $21,000 to Carrasco by delivering it as loose change -- quarter, nickels, dimes, pennies in buckets, says NBC Los Angeles.
Seems awfully juvenile for an insurance agency, doesn't it? Or maybe it's just me.
Already, Adriana's is being mercelessly mocked on Yelp and other social media and review sites, so their little game probably is costing them TONS of business.
This comes a day after news broke that a Hudson, N.Y. inn had a policy that said wedding parties whose guests stayed at the inn and then wrote a negative review faced a $500 fine from the inn.
Amid a social media storm, the owners of the inn said the policy had been put on their Web site as a joke, they forgot to take it down, and some employees mistakenly enforced the policy if it were real.
The inn's policy is gone.
But we don't know what's going on with Adriana's yet. They told NBC they aren't commenting to the media. At least not yet.
The change came in five gallon buckets and it took eight Adriana's employees to deliver them. Carrasco said he can't even lift one of the buckets of change because of a recent hernia operation.
Another side question I have is, where the hell did the insurance agency get $21,000 in coins. And don't the employees there have anything better to do than collect all that change, put it in buckets and deliver it to Mr. Carrasco?
So, if you need an insurance agency, and you might have to get a settle with them, don't go with Adriana's. Unless you have a lot of room to store loose change. And are a frequent visitor to vending machines.