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- Allstate ($600 million) and American Family Insurance ($200 million) have both announced they will send some customer money back because of coronavirus, and they’re also being more flexible about payment due dates.
- The Center for Economic Justice and the Consumer Federation of America requested just such relief in mid-March.
- We’ll update this story as more insurance companies make announcements.
UPDATE 4/9/20: Insurance Journal reports that three more companies—USAA, Travelers, and Progressive—are reimbursing holders of their auto insurance. Progressive will credit customers 20 percent of their April and May premiums and suspend cancellations for nonpayment through May 15. For Travelers customers, it’s a 15 percent credit on April and May premiums, and for USAA, everyone with a policy in effect as of March 31 gets two months’ worth of 20 percent credits on their premiums.
UPDATE 4/8/20: Geico, owned by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, said