The insurance company is a BUSINESS, if you don't pay them on time, they CANCEL you. BE an adult and take care of your responsibilities.
Ok, Here is the thing! You also get what you payed for!!! Understand that if you payed for three month's, you have three months of insurance. If you, have not paid for this three weeks---then you are $hit out of luck. Pay off your, debt -it does go against your credit.
You're so wrong!!! Non payment of a premium is an automatic cancelation of your policy, even if you lived on the Moon! I hope that you truly understand this whole thing, because if you drive uninsured and injure somebody, you'll be paying for the rest of life.
On the other hand, your Insurance carrier is supposed to report your lapse to the DMV as soon as it occurres, which may cause your license and registration to be suspended.
Bottom line is, buy insurance and pay for it, you'll be just fine.
Absolutely not! If you are still using the vehicle, it must be insured. However, the insurance payment would not be covered by the bankruptcy.
It will still work, you just wont be able to use 3G.
Yes. The claim payment was compensation for a covered loss that occurred while you were still the owner. So there is no problem with you cashing the check.
Unfortunately not, because the car still needs to be covered no matter the situation.
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my son is on my auto insurance policy but he has moved to florida and I live in Michigan. Can he still be covered on my auto policy if he now lives in florida?
Ambulance services are usually covered by national health care plans, but the patient is still responsible for a co-payment. In Canada, patients are charged a $45 co-payment for ambulance services.
Before the earth was finished forming all of its land masses, Florida was under water. There are still several parts of Florida that are under water. The Everglades is covered in water.
If you continue to make payments as agreed, on time, you should be safe from repossession.
You better hope a tornado didn't hit in those two days.
The majority of companies will cancel the policy. If by chance they decide not to, be prepared to pay a very, very high premium.
The second mortgagee can indeed go after you for payment.
'Florida' in Spanish is still 'Florida.'
i have done so and what happened was i was sent the text message.and replied "y"and got my points, but in the message it says u can cancel the payment after you replied "y" by immediately replying "stop", i did so and i still had my points so if it did bill me ill see in my monthly bill.but i believe it didn't.its like a bug you shouldn't be able to cancel the payment after you have confirmed that you wanted to continue in the transaction.
No, they already gave you the credit when they charge you for the month. You can use your credit, and then cancel. You will still have access to all of your books, even after you cancel.
You can cancel your Datafile account by going into the settings and choosing to cancel. If you are still having a problem you can click the Contact Us link at the bottom of the page.
Yes. Even if it's only the trial you can still cancel Netflix at any time
You cannot cancel it while it is still in the period you are a member, but what you can do is click on membership and find where it says something like: cancel membership, to stop it keep renewing your membership.
You pay the money back. If it is still in process, contact the lender and cancel the application.
Schools may cancel graduation ceremonies at their discretion. However, you still would get the diploma you earned.
It would appear as if the payment is still due.
No. Sonny With a chance is still on Disney Channel.
Supernatural is still going, it hasn't been cancelled.
Cancelling a subscription cancels all future scheduled payments of that subscription. A subscription can be cancelled up until three business days before the next scheduled payment.Log in to your PayPal account.Click Profile near the top of the page.Click My money.Click Update beside 'My pre-approved payments.'Click the name of the subscription you wish to cancel. (smilebox)Click Cancel.If you don't have a PayPal account, you should contact the merchant directly to cancel the agreement.Please note that after cancelling a payment, subscription or automatic billing agreement, you are still required to pay the merchant for the goods or services you have received up until the cancellation is processed.