I haven't made a claim recently, so why did I just receive a check from State Farm?
"I'm confused about why they're sending me money when I'm supposed to be paying them. Did they overcharge me?"
“Your check from State Farm most likely means that they’ve adjusted your monthly payment due to a reassessment of risk or for some other reason.
Most checks are accompanied by a corresponding letter, but if you can’t find an explanation, contact a representative from State Farm to get a definitive answer.”
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