Paying your Esurance policy is absolutely painless. To keep you and your properties covered, do your best to avoid late payments. Depending on your account’s status, you are given 25 days to process a late payment prior to the cancelation of your policy. For assistance relating to overdue payments, you may reach Esurance via this number: 1-800-378-7262.
How to Pay Your Esurance bill
Policyholders in practically all states can pay using their credit or debit card, or with their savings or checking account. Once you’ve decided which payment option to use, you may log into your policy online at www.esurance.com. You can select ‘Change Payment Info’ in the payment info tab to make and save your account changes.
At this time Esurance employs only automatic electronic payments due to the fact that online payments are secure and convenient for policy owners. It means your bill will be automatically debited from your account on a date you and the company agreed upon. You may however opt to change your bill date in the future. But multiple changes may prompt you to give Esurance a call.
This kind of billing system ensures that your policy remains updated and therefore continues to protect you while you’re on the road. The insurance company also guarantees non-disclosure of your private information.
Esurance Payment Plans
Clients have the option to pay monthly or in one full payment. Choosing the ‘Pay-in-Full’ option allows you to save money as you may be qualified for a discount. If you decide to pay on a monthly basis, it is also fine. But a small fee (usually about $6) will be charged per payment. Switching from monthly to all-at-once payment (vice versa) can also be done anytime. Just log into your policy and make changes via ‘Change Payment Info’.
Checking Your Payment Status
Yes, absolutely. It’s as simple as logging into your policy and choosing ‘Payment Activity’ in the dropdown menu of ‘Payment Info’ tab. From there, you can access and view all of your pay invoices.
If you need to contact Esurance for your other concerns, whether in regard to your billing or any other feedback, you may always call, write, or send an email or fax.