Lot of people round the world believe that insurance companies or insurance service providers should improve their billing procedures to ensure a more customer friendly routine and save people from the long queues in their office. State Farm, which is already one of the leading automobile insurance providers in United States, has led the way again in providing a unique and highly comfortable billing procedure. Online payment is what the present generation is comfortable with and keeping up with their demands, State Farm has offered a very subtle, fast, reliable and most importantly secure way of paying your auto insurance bills online. The biggest advantage it holds over others is the recent addition of mobile payments to allow customers to pay their bill using their mobile phones.
Billing and Payment services offered by State Farm
State Farm offers different payment terms like monthly, Quarterly, Half yearly and Yearly Payments. You can choose which ever works best for you. The monthly payments can also be made automatically every month by setting up recurring online payment. The automated payment takes away the pain of remembering deadlines as every time the payment is dues, it is automatically credited from your account.
Let take a look at different State Farm payment options.
- Online Payment – Online payments can be made by visiting the official State Farm website and logging in to your account. You account also allows you to have a detailed insight into your account activities such as your insurance policies, their due date, when to renew them etc. Having an online account also allows you to update your policy info, request coverage changes, and file claims. If you haven’t registered for an account yet you can do so following this link. Online payments can be made either through credit/debit cards or checking/saving accounts. You need to provide your User Id and password registered with the State Farm database to successfully log into your account. Once your credentials are verified from the company database server, all you have to do is to create a list of payees, enter the amount and date of payment, click “Pay” next to the payee name and you are done.
- Pay By Phone – You do not have time to visit the State Farm office and you are travelling for a very important business meeting, well if that’s the case, don’t lose sweat over it because State Farm’s new and improved mobile communication app is at your disposal. You can also access the State Farm’s website through your cell phone to make the payment.
- Pay In Person – For those you are not comfortable with the online payment methods, the option of visiting the nearest State Farm office and paying the bill in person is always available at their discretion. One can pay his/her bill in cash or by cheque or credit card by visiting the State Farm office during its working hours.
- Pay By Mail – If you would like to make payments by post, you can post your check or money order to your local State Farm’s outlet.
Have you ever received your State Farm billing statement or account information and you do not fully understand the fees such as late payment charges or returned check fees? For a complete list of fees, you should visit the State Farm FAQs pricing schedule page. Additional information about your billing statement or account can be provided by a customer service representative by calling 1-877-734-2265 or 1-877-734-8472.