Does Ranchers and Farmers Mutual Insurance Company Still Sell Insurance?
UPDATED: May 13, 2013
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Asked May 13, 2013
Ranchers and Farmers Mutual Insurance Company is still in existence, but does not sell insurance products directly to the public. It is believed that the company is used as a holding company today rather than operating as an insurance company. The company does not maintain a website or independent offices, nor is the company willing to disclose additional information in phone inquiries at their earlier listed numbers.
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Founded in 1974, Ranchers and Farmers Mutual Insurance Company was a mutual insurance company which provided home insurance to home owners, renters, and condo owners. The company today is either a subsidiary or sister company of Southeast Surplus, which is, in turn, owned by an undisclosed parent company.
Ranchers and Farmers Mutual Insurance Company is neither rated nor owned by a financially rated company. At the time of their acquisition in 2008, the company reported total assets of $10 million, a net surplus of $2 million, and working capital of $0. Today, there is no paper trail leading back to the company to indicate why it is no longer in operation or what may have become of the company's assets.
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Ranchers and Farmers Mutual Insurance Company sold only one type of insurance. They were a provider of home, rental, and condo insurance to residents of the state of Texas. With the dissolution of the company, policyholders were referred to other agencies and there are no longer any policies being written under the Ranchers and Farmers Mutual Insurance Company name.
Answered May 13, 2013 by Anonymous