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?
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Answered on Jun 08, 2021
“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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