I signed up for property insurance but changed my mind so decided not to get real estate property insurance from this company, so did not pay for it.The was suppose to start in November 1 .2016 They sent me a cancelation notice.in December saying if I did not pay by Dec 15th of 2016 they would cancel policy. I did not pay for it. In January 6, 2017 I found my property management company payed for the insurance bill sent to them by this company. Does my nonpayment the of the bill of in December mean I did not want to start this policy. My insurance agent wants me to sign cancellation notice but there is a clause that says I can not not sue them. They told me I will lose 25% which is the exact amount I payed them. What can I do? Can I report to the Department of insurance?
OP why are you debating each person who responds? We have no say in the matter.
Your options have been laid out clearly. Since you are so convinced you've been wronged here, what does your policy say about non-payment, policy cancellation, and any potential grace period related to late payments? Until you can answer those questions, there is really no point in anyone discussing this further.
zawsx said: I thought if you did not pay by cancalation date that they would cancal it. Worst plan ever. You cancel a policy by calling and telling them that you wish to cancel. They may then also require a written confirmation. Just letting it lapse by not making payment is not a good idea.
dcwilbur said: zawsx said: I thought if you did not pay by cancalation date that they would cancal it. Worst plan ever. You cancel a policy by calling and telling them that you wish to cancel. They may then also require a written confirmation. Just letting it lapse by not making payment is not a good idea. Right. I don't know what real estate property insurance is, but if it's similar to (or the same as) homeowner's insurance, you often have to disclose on applications whether you've ever had a policy cancelled for non-payment. I don't know what the effect of answering yes to that question is, but it can't be good.
zawsx said: but the cancalation notice said it would cancel my policy by that date if I did not pay. I don't know if this applies here as insurance is heavily regulated and there is probably statutory or regulatory authority and it obviously depends on the specifics of the policy, but in general, when a provision to a contract is meant to protect one party, that party can choose to waive that protection.
marginoferror said: zaqotron said: There is no grace period. They just won't start insurance policy.It just said it will cancel policy by this dateif I don't pay. Why do you have so many accounts? He didn't pay so he thought the extra ones would be cancelled. They were not...
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