What To Do When You Can’t Pay Your Liberty Mutual Bill
Liberty Mutual is an auto insurance company that’s been in business since 1912 and services customers on five continents. Liberty Mutual insurance is sold through independent agents all over the U.S. and other countries.
How To Pay The Bill
Liberty Mutual offers many ways to pay your bill, including automatic payments deducted from your bank or credit card, online payments, pay by phone, or send via mail. Payment plan options are monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, or annually.
Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Payments: Liberty Mutual will deduct your payment from a checking account or savings account.
Online banking: You can use your online banking account to make your Liberty Mutual payment.
Liberty Mutual eService: Log in to your Liberty Mutual account to pay your Liberty Mutual Auto Insurance bill online from a checking or savings account or a credit card.
Phone: Call 1-800-824-7317 to make a payment from your checking account, savings account, credit card or debit card.
Mail: You can mail a check or money order for your Liberty Mutual insurance payment to:
Liberty Mutual Group
ATTN: Remittance Processing
100 Liberty Way
Dover, NH 03821-7500
Remember to write your policy number on the check or money order.
Questions About Your Billing Statement or Account?
Although Liberty Mutual does not charge late payment fees, you may notice fees that you that are not typically on your billing statement or account. We suggest you review the Liberty Mutual FAQs for additional information. You can also contact a customer service representative at 1-800-824-7317.
How The Penalty Fees Work
There are no late fees, but if an automatic (EFT) payment is billed and the bank refuses payment due to insufficient funds, you will be charged by the bank.
I Can’t Make A Payment
When you purchase an auto insurance policy you generally pay a month in advance. Your policy won’t be canceled until 30 days after you miss a payment. If you can make the payment before the policy coverage is interrupted, your insurance won’t be canceled.
Will They Work With Me To Pay My Bill?
Liberty Mutual has no specific policies in place to help in times of financial crisis, but you may be able to change your due date, change your policy limits to lower your payment, or change your billing structure to spread the payments out.
Have you had first-hand experience with Liberty Mutual billing policies and procedures? Let us know how it went and what they were willing to do to help out – or not.