This Business is not BBB Accredited
State Farm Insurance Co. Steve O'Connor
(402) 331-55555510 Miller Ave, Omaha, NE 68127-3826
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State Farm Insurance Co. Steve O'Connor is not BBB Accredited.
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Customer Complaints Summary
BBB Serving Nebraska, South Dakota, The Kansas Plains and Southwest Iowa does not process any complaints against this company. Any complaints are directed to BBB serving Peoria, IL for processing. For a full report contact BBB located in Peoria, IL at (309) 688-3741 or http://heartofillinois.bbb.org.
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The BBB has not received a sufficient volume of requests for information, nor has the BBB received complaints on this firm to warrant the maintenance of a report. The information provided, however limited, is presented to assist you in your purchasing decisions or for any other purpose you deem relevant.
The BBB suggests you read and understand company promotional materials and contracts and check company references and licensing, where applicable.BBB file opened: 05/14/2001Business started: 01/01/1984
Alternate Business NamesState Farm Insurance
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