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What To Do When You Can’t Pay Your Allstate Bill

Allstate is an car insurance company with headquarters in Northbrook, Illinois. Allstate is one of the world’s largest insurers, servicing 16 million policies on five continents. The company was established in 1931.

How To Pay The Bill

You can pay your Allstate bill in any one of many convenient ways, including automatic deductions from a checking or savings account or from a credit or debit card, online payments, in person, by phone, or by mail. You can split your payments into monthly, quarterly or semi-annual increments, or pay annually in a single payment.

Automatic deduction: The Allstate Easy Pay Plan deducts your payment automatically each month from your checking or savings account.

Recurring payment: The Recurring Credit Card Pay Plan charges your payment to a credit or debit card. Allstate accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.

Pay online: eCheck is a one time payment made online. Login to your account to pay your Allstate Auto Insurance bill online with electronic funds transfer (EFT) from your checking or savings account. One-Time Payment by Credit or Debit Card: Allstate accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.

Pay by phone: Call 1-800-901-1732 to pay your bill through the automated service over the phone from your checking account, credit card or debit card.

Pay by mail: Make a check or money order out to Allstate Insurance and be sure to include your insurance policy number. Send it to the mailing address on your bill.

Pay in person: Drop your payment off at the office of your local Allstate agent.

Pay with Billfloat: By using, you can get a 30 day extension on your Allstate bill.

Questions About Your Billing Statement or Account?

Although Allstate does not make mention of fees on your billing statement or account, does not mean the company does not charge hidden fees. If you have questions, you chould visit the Allstate Customer Care FAQs for details concerning your account. As an additional resource, you should call customer service at 1-800-901-1732.

How The Penalty Fees Work

Allstate does not charge penalty fees for late payments.

I Can’t Make A Payment

Since you make a payment when you open the account, your insurance is paid one month in advance. This gives you 30 days before your insurance is canceled. It is important to make your payment because the law requires you to have car insurance. Find out what the minimum is in your state and drop your coverage limits if you have more than absolutely necessary.

Will They Work With Me To Pay My Bill?

If you can’t pay your Allstate auto insurance bill, they will help by splitting your payment into increments payable over a 60-day period. You can also split your balance into smaller increments if you pay quarterly, semi-annually or annually. As soon as you know you’re going to miss a payment, call customer service at 1-800-ALLSTATE (1-800-255-7828).

We’d love to hear from Allstate customers. Have you been in a situation where you could not pay your bill? How did you resolve it?

7 Comments on “Allstate Bill
  1. I have been with AllState since the early 90s. I have often skipped a month payment and then doubled up on the month of cancellation. I have never run into an issue with not paying because I always planned to pay double. This time, I will not be able to make my double payment, however, I informed the “customer service” individual that I would be able to pay for July, August and September on September 1st. She said that there was nothing that could be done to help me and that either I pay or my insurance would be cancelled. I live in a state that does not give accident forgiveness so I don’t receive those checks…I cannot see why at a time, when I actually NEED AllState to help me, that I cannot get this payment extended beyond this TWO WEEK period. I don’t see how there cannot be something done for a person who has been a loyal customer for 20plus years.

  2. I had not received notification from Allstate the last 2 years about rate increases. I asked for a breakdown of my bill this year before my renewal cycle and found out I was being charged $1.50 per month for using EFT to pay my bill automatically. I was shocked. Most businesses give me a discount for using EFT. I then said mail my bill to me and I’ll pay it that way. The broker then said there was a $5 charge per month to mail my bill to me. Are you kidding???? They said it was Allstates policy not the brokers. Not happy with Allstate.

  3. can they cancel as I make montly payments on the 25th, I have one more for this month then it goes to the renewal on 11/25/17, if I pay on the first will it matter pay on 11/1/17 by phone instead of 10/25 due date agent way back said u have 5 days?

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