Looking to make your Nationwide bill payment? Or are you new to Nationwide and would like to learn more about the company and their services? Find out about bill payment, viewing your billing history and general contact information.
Click the green “Online Payment” button above. Nationwide allows its customers to make payments online via its Internet member platform. You can pay your bill all at once, in two installments or monthly. There is no fee if you pay in full, but installment payments have a fee. This platform can be used to set up regular scheduled payments from your checking account or credit card (Direct Debits) as well as PayPal, online check, personal check, money order, electronic funds transfer from your checking account and to make one off payments by credit card via any device; your laptop, PC at home or your mobile phone. You can also check and manage monthly bills online and even set up regular alerts to get your account balance. Yes it’s easy to change your policy, too! You can log in to your policy 24/7 to add or remove vehicles or drivers, change addresses, pay bills, and more.
To pay, you need to complete the prompts asking you for your card details, including the three-digit Card Verification Value (CVV). This appears on the back of your credit or debit card. If you have an American Express-branded card, the CVV will have four digits and will appear on the front of the card. Check the payment details and click the Confirm button to process your payment. Confirmation that your payment has been submitted will appear on your screen.
Pay by Phone:
Nationwide operates an automated phone system allowing you to make payments. Have your billing account number home phone number ready or the phone number associated with your Nationwide account. If you are using a credit or debit card, you need to give your card number and expiration date; if you want to pay with a checking or savings account, you’ll need to supply your account number and your bank routing number. Call 1-888-891-0267 and a Nationwide insurance representative will assist you. You can also text PAY to 245569 and follow the prompts to pay your bill.
Pay by App:
Nationwide offers payment via app. If you have an iPhone, go to https://apps.apple.com/us/app/nationwide-mobile/id311627534 and download this helpful tool! If you are an Android customer, go to
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nationwide.mobile.android.nwmobile&hl=en and locate the app! Follow the prompts and pay your bill with ease. Once you have the app, you can pay your bill by credit card, debit card, checking account, and more!
Quick pay Online:
If you have forgotten to check your account, missed a direct debit payment or are still waiting for your automatic monthly payments to be set up, you can make a one-time payment online. You can pay by credit card or with a savings or checking account. It can, however, take up to two days for your payment to be processed and be posted to your account. Go to https://servicing.nationwide.com/policyservicing/quick/quickPayOverview.action and enter your email, zip code and birth date. You will be ready to make your Nationwide payment!
Nationwide Billing Address:
Want to mail in a payment? Include your policy number and check/money order. Mail your payment information to:
PO Box 742522
Cincinnati, OH 45274-2522
Nationwide Customer Service:
Nationwide customer service is available through your online account or by calling 1-888-891-0267, or 1-877-On Your Side (1-877-669-6877).
The Customer Service and sales hours are 24/7! You can report an accident, make a claim, pay your bill, make policy changes, get a quote, buy a policy, or request roadside assistance. You can also go online to chat directly with a Nationwide representative at https://www.nationwide.com/personal/contact/ On this page, you can send an email without logging in!
View past Bills:
Nationwide online accounts allow you to view your past statements. Sign into your account and click on Billing & Payments. Log in to your Nationwide account at: https://login.nationwide.com/access/web/login.htm go to the Bills and Payments section. There, you can view your billing history.
Contact a Local Agent:
Find a Nationwide service center online that is closest to you! Go to https://agency.nationwide.com/ search by the zip code or state in which you live, choose your city, and you will be provided with a list of Nationwide agents including their address and phone numbers.
Pay by AutoPay:
Nationwide can automatically withdraw your payment from your debit or credit card each month to pay your bill. Note – there is an installment fee. Go to https://login.nationwide.com/access/web/login.htm to set up your Auto Pay.
As one of your payment options, you can start an electronic funds transfer (automatic payments). If paying by checking account, you will need three things: the name on the bank account, the account number and the routing number. Set up Auto Pay and pay and the payments will be taken out automatically each month!
Nationwide has grown from a small mutual auto insurance company, owned by policyholders who spent their days farming in Ohio, to one of the largest insurance and financial services companies in the world! As one of the nation’s largest insurance providers, they work with about 10,000 independent agents across the U.S. and also work with 2,000 agents operating under the Nationwide brand who shift to an independent agency model. They are a Fortune 100 company and offer a full range of insurance and financial services across the country. They have auto, motorcycle, homeowners, pet, farm, life and commercial insurances, and even include small businesses. Nationwide has annuities, mutual funds, retirement plans and specialty health services that may be of interest to you. Nationwide exists to provide services to their 15 million members worldwide!
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