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Are Liberty Mutual auto insurance payments up front or in arrears?

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  • Are Liberty Mutual auto insurance payments up front or in arrears?


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Answer #1 | 20/09 2016 22:16
You always pay in advance for insurance unless you are past due. Doesn't matter what company. When you get past due, they send you a bill for the past and current amount due. This not the bill you want to shake off, Insurance history is more important than credit history when it comes to your rates. If you lapse, your rates will go up.
Positive: 61.538461538462 %
Answer #2 | 22/09 2016 20:35
It's always up front.
Positive: 58.333333333333 %
Answer #3 | 23/09 2016 03:35
It's always up front.
Positive: 53.846153846154 %
Answer #4 | 21/09 2016 05:07
In arrears means they're past due - if that you risk not being insured at all. You pay up front, for sure.
Positive: 53.846153846154 %
Answer #5 | 20/09 2016 23:33
up front
Positive: 54.545454545455 %
Answer #6 | 22/09 2016 19:45
You always pay in advance or up front, so if you cancel, they don't need to chase you for earned premium.
Positive: 54.545454545455 %
Answer #7 | 21/09 2016 06:33
up front
Positive: 50 %
Answer #8 | 21/09 2016 05:16
You always pay in advance for insurance unless you are past due. Doesn't matter what company. When you get past due, they send you a bill for the past and current amount due. This not the bill you want to shake off, Insurance history is more important than credit history when it comes to your rates. If you lapse, your rates will go up.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #9 | 20/09 2016 22:07
In arrears means they're past due - if that you risk not being insured at all. You pay up front, for sure.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #10 | 22/09 2016 12:45
You always pay in advance or up front, so if you cancel, they don't need to chase you for earned premium.
Positive: 43.75 %

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