Esurance customers can transition to policies from Allstate (the parent company of Esurance) once their contracts expire after Esurance is phased out. While Allstate originally indicated that Esurance would be phased out by 2020, Esurance continues to issue policies and the final closing date remains unclear.
If you wish to cancel your Esurance coverage, you can do so by calling Esurance support at 1-800-378-7262. Esurance should help transition you to a new insurer and ensure that you avoid a gap in coverage.
Esurance and Allstate are not the same company, even though Allstate owns Esurance. Allstate purchased Esurance in 2011, but Esurance still operates independently from Allstate, offering a smaller suite of insurance options and discounts.
In 2019, Allstate announced it would be retiring the Esurance brand but that this process would be gradual. You can still purchase an Esurance policy, although it is unclear what will happen to policyholders once the phase-out is complete.… read full answer
Esurance does not disclose whether it charges a cancellation fee on its website, and customer service representatives will not provide any information without a specific policy number. Current customers can call 1-800-378-7262 to ask if they would be charged a fee to cancel their Esurance policy.
Customers who cancel their Esurance policy will receive a refund for any unused premiums, minus any fee.… read full answer
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