Once upon a time, there lived a woman named Jane Doe. She was very satisfied with her relationship: her partner supported her, protected her, and always had her back when she made mistakes. Jane Doe wanted to stay with her partner, as she felt safe and comfortable. One day, however, Jane Doe received a break-up letter. It was titled: non-renewal.
Here are some valuable relationship lessons you can learn from your insurance company:
Receiving a non-renewal from your insurance company essentially means that you have been dumped. Your insurance company has rejected any future renewals of coverage. Why would someone get non-renewed?
Non-renewals are very serious. It is urgent that you find insurance coverage and have the policy issued the day your policy expires. A lapse in coverage could affect your insurance rates for years. The moment you receive a non-renewal letter, ask your independent agent to help you shop around for other insurance.
By: KayLynn P.
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