My husband works for NEXCOM is he elgible for USAA membership?
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My husband works for the Naval Exchange Warehouse in Suffolk, Va. We would like to know if he is eligible for membership, especially for car insurance?
Asked August 20, 2018
USAA is among the most efficient financial institution with an outstanding customer service as well as unparalleled online platform. While most Americans would wish to join the institution, they do not accept everyone. This is because it has not clarified membership eligibility requirements. While over the years the company has marketed itself as serving the general US civilians, it has not included the regular civilians. However, it stills serves the immediate members of the military service members.
In the case of an American who works with NEXCOM, they are not eligible for USAA membership and their care insurance cover. This is because, NEXCOM is not an official branch of the US military and hence the husband is not eligible for an auto insurance cover with them.
NEXCOM is an enterprise which provides authorized customers with quality services and goods at a savings. It supports active duty military officers, reservists, retirees and their families.
It should however be noted that having served in the US military or currently serving in the military does not make one an automatic member of USAA. To this end, one must sign up to the USAA membership. To be eligible for the insurance from USAA, one must be member of the organization.
Despite the fact that USAA was started as an automobile insurance cooperative between military officer friends, it has now grown into a large financial service membership organization. Today, it serves both military serving officers and those who are associated with the US military.
Individuals who are eligible to join USAA are retired, active and honorably separated officers as well as the enlisted individuals of the US military. It also caters for officer candidates in the commissioning programs including the Academy, and ROTC. Adult children may also benefit from the insurance products if their parents are eligible for USAA auto or property insurance covers. Windows of former military officers may also benefit from USAA.
Answered August 24, 2018 by CenterStone