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Is it okay to switch insurance companies?

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2017-08-21 01:47:46
2017-08-21 01:47:46

It is certainly okay to switch insurance companies if it is in your best financial interest. We are a capitalist culture, after all. Everyone should shop around for what's best for them. But be careful about not paying your premium because you believe you've got a new carrier. For instance, you go into a State Farm office, fill out an application, throw away your premium notice for Farmer's - only to find out that State Farm turned down your application. Farmer's could technically drop you for non-payment of premium. Usually, it's best to pay up on your premium, obtain your new insurance, and then contact your old carrier for any reimbursement.

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