I'm not at all aware of any notice being issued to me!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 11/13/2006 - 09:02

hi all, I had an accident a few days back and my insurance company has to say that my auto premiums have been due since the last six months when they promptly issued me a notice. Since I'm not aware of that notice, how do I get the prove that they had actually mailed it to me ?? regards. Mark O'Doneil

Posted: 13 Nov 2006 09:36 Post Subject: It was your duty!

My friend,
there stands a number of possibilites for this event- either its the failure of the insurer's computer to deliver the notice in time or may be the fault of the post office!
But one things stands clear- it was your duty to have paid the dues in time I guess.
Enquire at the possibilities of recapitulating your chances by paying for your dues now!
wish you luck, Fatman

Posted: 13 Nov 2006 10:14 Post Subject:

hey there! remember, that unless you've paid the last of your premium dues in time it won't help the cause. Just imagine a situation, where in it could have been a major accident rather than a minor one..what would you have done ?
Do you know that these companies now even have the right to deny accepting your payments once the due date has crossed ?
While you'd have met a dead end..it wouldn't even matter how you could have arranged for the payment or for that matter could have got a reminder by way of a calender or a well-organized computer program. It your headache to remember it and thats not gonna bother your insurer even by a bit. thanx..and rather be careful..Madeline Hubert

Posted: 13 Nov 2006 11:01 Post Subject: What about your other ones ?

hi Mark, being forgetful can't be considered as an excuse over here. You may be likewise carrying other valuable insurance policies for your home or your antique collections. Incase you forget to pay for the premiums of all these vitals protections how would you cope with the losses resulting out of such future accidents ?

You might need to cope with some serious consequences once these policies lapse. So its hightime that you maintain a reminder's list for all these, and more important for you'd be to stick to such measures, and once you get a reminder go ahead and pay for the premiums without wasting any more time. thanks, Sasha T.

Posted: 22 Nov 2006 01:04 Post Subject:

In addition, your carrier will have "Proof of Mailing". I've not seen one for awhile but it's basically a computer print out showing that the notification was generated. No one hand mails these, they are sent out electronically.

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