If you are making an ICBC Personal Injury Claim and if you use social media such as Twitter ICBC is probably watching you.
You may be asking yourself ‘how can ICBC find my tweets if they’re not one of my followers?‘. The answer is simple, ICBC monitors the phrase ‘ICBC’ and each time these letters are used the tweet comes to their attention whether they are one of your followers or not. Want proof? Here’s a recent exchange demonstrating this use in action.
An individual made an ICBC claim and posted the following on Twitter:
ICBC quickly responded to this individual as follows:
ICBC was not a follower of this indvidual and he was surprised that ICBC saw his tweet as can be seen from the following reply:
From a customer service standpoint this is probably good stratgy by ICBC. If a customer is unhappy respond and see if you can help. I have nothing critical to say about this. However, from an injury claims perspective, people need to know that their social media use is being monitored perhaps by people they don’t want watching them.
I don’t write this post to scare you from using social media or even to discourage you from discussing your ICBC claim on-line. You need to be aware, however, that your audience can be bigger then you expect.