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Former Licensed Life Insurance Agent

UPDATED: Jul 14, 2021

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The Facts of Life

  • Your cancellation options will be determined by the type of life insurance you have, term or whole life
  • If you stop paying your term life insurance premiums, your coverage will automatically cease
  • If you just purchased your coverage, you could still be in the free look period and therefore can cancel without penalty

While life insurance is a great type of advanced planning to have to take care of your family, the wrong plan can cause problems while you’re still alive.

Your cancellation choices will vary depending on how long you’ve held the policy and whether you have permanent or term life insurance.

If you want to save money or don’t think you need life insurance anymore, don’t cancel it without first doing some research. This article will explain to you how to get out of your Accordia life insurance policy the right way.

Before you learn how to get out of your Accordia life insurance policy, compare life insurance rates for affordable life insurance right now by entering your ZIP code into our free comparison tool.

How do you get out of your Accordia life insurance policy?

There are three main methods to cancel insurance from the Accordia life and annuity company.

  • Using the free look period
  • Stop paying premiums on a term life policy
  • Surrendering a whole life policy

You can pick the method that works the best for you.

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Cancel Accordia Life Insurance

The free look period is a short period of time after purchase when you can cancel with no penalty. You can also get a refund of any premiums you’ve paid. Usually, this period is for 10 days after purchasing the policy.

Getting out of your Accordia term life insurance policy, on the other hand, is as easy as not paying your premiums. This will allow your coverage to expire without much work on your part.

With whole life insurance, you can surrender the policy by contacting Accordia. Depending on how much equity has built up, you may get some of the cash you’ve paid returned to you.

Cancel Your Accordia Life Insurance Policy Online

You can cancel by contacting the Accordia Life insurance company directly. Simply use your Accordia login on the company website to access your account online. You can contact Accordia by phone as well at 1-877-462-8992.

Even if you’ve made up your mind to cancel, you should check your options out to see what is available.

Now that you know how to get out of your Accordia life insurance policy, you can buy life insurance by entering your ZIP code and getting life insurance quotes from the best companies in your area right now.