To cancel MetLife insurance, you must call or email a MetLife representative and decide if you want the cancellation to be arranged for a future date or take effect immediately. You will need your name, policy number, and the date you want your MetLife policy to end.
How to Cancel MetLife Insurance Policies
Cancel by phone, by calling 1-800-638-5433 or the specific number for your type of policy.
Cancel by email if your specific policy allows it. Write a message that includes your policy information, your name, and the date you would like your policy to end, and a representative will respond to you with next steps.
You cannot cancel a MetLife insurance policy without the assistance of a representative.
Contact Information for Cancelling MetLife Policies
Yes, Farmers Insurance bought MetLife’s home and auto insurance business. The purchase was agreed to in December 2020 and finalized in April 2021, but current MetLife customers will see no changes to their policies and will only receive new paperwork with Farmers branding.
This acquisition included all aspects of the MetLife home and auto business, and Farmers assumed 2.4 million existing MetLife insurance policies. If you already have a MetLife policy, know that the people who handled the servicing and underwriting of MetLife’s policies will continue to do so under Farmers. If you do not yet have a policy, you will need to purchase a policy through Farmers, as no new home or auto policies will be written by MetLife. … read full answer
Customers who have life or health insurance through MetLife will not see any changes to their policy or paperwork since only the home and auto insurance business was sold. Anyone looking to purchase life or health insurance from MetLife is still able to do so.
MetLife is owned by its shareholders, as it is a publicly traded company. The biggest shareholders are BlackRock, Dodge & Cox, and The Vanguard Group, which have a combined ownership stake of almost 20%, as of Q3 2021, according to public filings.
MetLife shareholders no longer have control of MetLife’s home and auto insurance business, however, as it was purchased by … read full answerFarmers in April 2021. All existing MetLife home and auto insurance policies are now completely handled by Farmers Insurance. All other types of MetLife coverage, such as health and life insurance, are still available from MetLife, though.
MetLife was founded in 1868, and it has been completely public since 2000. For more information, check out WalletHub’s full MetLife review.
You can contact MetLife customer service by phone at (800) 638-5433 or by email. The company also lists a variety of phone numbers to contact, so you can reach out to the people best suited to handle your concern.
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