Are you sure you didn't permit your insurance company to bill your account directly when you bought the insurance? This is becoming a very common thing. If you didn't, you'd have to ask how the insurance got your account information to get the funds.
No a guild wars account won't expire. Once you have bought the game it lasts forever no monthly payments are needed.
It is my understanding that in most states an insurance policy is issued to the name which appears on the vehicle's registration.
no unless there is some exclusion. (read the fine print)
No, giving your body away when you die is a donation. You do not get paid for it, but if you bought insurance for death, your family (E.g Wife, daughter, son etc...) will get a sum of money depending on how you died or which kind of insurance you bought.
Whose name is on the title? That person owes any taxes on the car.
The simplest way is to go to the office of the insurance agent from whom you bought the insurance. The agent will have a form promulgated by the insurer that will permit you to change the designation of one bank (account) to another for the purpose of withdrawing premium payments. When you have completed the form, obtain a copy of it to document that it has been done. It may take one or more billing cycles for the change to become effective, so make sure that there is sufficient money in the old account to cover the withdrawal.
Who bought The Life Insurance Company of Virginia
The Allstate Corporation bought Surety Life Insurance in 1981.
Contact your agent or policy services dept for the insurance company you have, they will be able to help you if the vehicle is in your name your daughter can be listed as the principle driver, you will likely be on the policy as the owner of course, there shouldn't be any problems.
Contents insurance can be purchased either way. Usually it is purchased with home insurance, but it can also be bought by itself. It is usually bought alone for people renting their home.
yes but you have to sell the car to your dad for 1.00 dollar