To cancel a 21st Century Insurance policy, send a written cancellation request stating your name, address and policy number, along with the date you want your car insurance cancelled, directly to 21st Century Insurance by fax, email or regular mail. Once your request to cancel the 21st Century car insurance policy has been processed, any pre-paid premiums will be refunded to you for the time you won’t be insured.
If you have questions about cancelling your 21st Century car insurance policy, you can contact the auto service department at 1-800-241-1188. However, 21st Century Insurance does not allow customers to cancel their car insurance policies with a phone call.
Below, you can find more specifics about each method of notifying 21st Century Insurance that you’re cancelling your policy.
Ways to Cancel 21st Century Car Insurance
Cancel by Email
To cancel your 21 Century car insurance policy by email, California residents should send requests to [email protected] and residents of all other states should send requests to [email protected] You should include your first name, last name and policy number in the subject line. Emailed requests usually take 1-2 business days to process and are effective on the date you send the request.
Cancel by Mail
To mail your request to cancel a 21st Century auto insurance policy, use the following address: 21st Century Insurance / P.O. Box 15510 / Wilmington, Delaware 19886-9252. Keep in mind that mailed requests might take 5-7 business days to process, and they are considered effective on the date requested or the day after the postmark.
Cancel by Fax
To send a cancellation request to 21st Century Insurance via fax, California residents should use 1-800-842-3057 and non-California residents should use 1-866-447-2611. A request to cancel your 21st Century car insurance policy that is made by fax usually takes 1-2 business days to process, and it will be effective on the date you send the request.
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