Cancel Alliance United Quickly
Alliance United in an auto insurance company that offers its services to the residents of California. It attracts high-risk drivers with its policies and low costs. Even though their plans are not costly, many customers complain about high additional fees. If you are unsatisfied with the Alliance United service, read on to see how to cancel it in a few easy steps!
Cancel Alliance United On Your Own
If you want to put an end to your Alliance United insurance, you can do it in the following ways:
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End Your Alliance United Insurance on the Phone
To end your Alliance United insurance over the phone you should call 1-866-530-5500. Their working time is Monday–Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Keep in mind that they might want to talk you out of canceling your insurance. You may also waste your precious time waiting for someone to answer your call. If you want to cut on waiting for the customer service to answer the phone, use DoNotPay for jumping the phone queue.
Terminate Alliance United Insurance via Email
You can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get in touch with Alliance United and cancel your insurance. Make sure you give your insurance details and explain that you want to end it. After you send the email, you will have to wait for their response for long. To avoid this, use DoNotPay!
Contact Your Broker and Cancel Your Alliance United Insurance
You can also write to your broker to end your insurance policy. Make sure you sign the cancellation documents to make it official.
Cancel Alliance United the Fast Way
The quickest way to cancel Alliance United is via DoNotPay! We can deal with the whole cancellation process after you do the following:
- Open the DoNotPay app in your
- Choose Find Hidden Money
- Write Alliance United
You will get an email from us when we cancel your subscription.
Will I Get a Refund After I Cancel Alliance United?
Yes, you can get a prorated refund if you cancel your policy, but Alliance United might decide not to give you a refund for the additional fees.
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What Insurance Can I Get Instead of Alliance United?
If you want to get some other insurance, take a look at these:
From $200 to $300
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