Cancel Lemonade Insurance fast and simple
Lemonade Insurance is an American property and casualty insurance company providing home insurance policies and renters for apartments, homes, condos, and co-ops. One of Lemonade’s key trademarks is its mobile app, which uses chatbots to deliver policies and handle claims.
Canceling Lemonade Insurance policy on your own
Dissatisfied Lemonade Insurance members who wish to terminate their policies have two options at their disposal:
- Reaching out to Lemonade’s customer experience team by phone
- Sending an email to Lemonade’s customer experience team
Canceling Lemonade Insurance policy by phone
If you do not mind long phone queues, Lemonade Insurance’s customer experience team is open to your phone calls Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Eastern time. Here is how it works:
- Call 1-844-733-8666
- Request to have your policy canceled
- Provide your account details
- Ask for a confirmation email as proof of your cancelation request
Canceling Lemonade Insurance policy by email
For those who prefer to use the written word, another option is to write a cancelation request by email to Lemonade Insurance’s customer experience team. These are the steps you need to take:
- Request to have your policy canceled by sending an email to email@example.com
- Ask for a confirmation email as evidence of your submitted request
- Receive an email from Lemonade Insurance containing confirmation of your canceled policy
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- Access DoNotPay either through a web browser or by downloading the iOS app
- Select Find Hidden Money
- Enter Lemonade Insurance as the service you wish to cancel
It will not take long before you receive a confirmation notification from us stating that your policy has been canceled.
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