Arkansas Woman Sends Pictures Of Herself Instead Of Her Car To Insurance Agency

Photo: Facebook/Alyssa Stringfellow

A 25-year-old teacher in Arkansas said she had a “blonde moment” recently when her insurance agency requested pictures of her car, but she sent them several pics of herself instead.

According to COED, Alyssa Stringfellow thankfully has one hell of a sense of humor and decided to share her embarrassing story with everybody on Facebook.

It all started when Stringfellow realized that being young and single is not a good combination when shopping for low car insurance rates, so she asked her “memaw” to see if she could bundle her ride with whatever in the hell memaws have insured these days.

Well, long story short, Stringfellow’s memaw got back to her and said the insurance agent needed her driver’s license number, date of birth and a “picture straight on and a picture taken from each side,” so Stringfellow did just that and emailed the pictures to the agent.

Photo: Facebook/Alyssa Stringfellow

The next day, the insurance agent emailed her back with perhaps the greatest message ever.

“Hi Alyssa, I am going to need pictures like you just took, except it needs to be of your vehicle. :)”

The entire story Stringfellow posted on Facebook is a great read, and if you’ve got five minutes, we’ve got the entire thing posted for you below. And remember, kids, insurance agents aren’t Hollywood producers. They really just want pictures of your cars and not you.

This apparently happens more often than you’d think: Clueless Mom Sends Car Insurance Selfies Instead Of Pictures Of Her Car


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