Geico Headquarters

Geico Headquarters
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Geico Corporation Headquarters Contacts.

Corporate office address, contact information and phone numbers for the Geico Corporation Headquarters.

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Geico Corporation Headquarters Phone Number and Contacts.

Company Website
http://www.geico.com/
Corporate Address
5260 Western Avenue
Chevy Chase, MD
20815
Phone Number
(301) 986-3000
Twitter IDs
@GEICO

What is Geico’s Corporate Office Phone Number?

Geico’s Headquarters phone number is: 1–301-986-3000.

 

What is Geico’s Customer Service Phone Number?

Geico’s Customer Support phone number is: 1-800-841-3000.

Alternative Geico customer care phone numbers are: 1-800-861-8380 and 1-800-841-2964.

Whats is Geico’s Headquarters Address?

Geico Corporate Headquarters:

  • 5260 Western Avenue,
  • Chevy Chase, Md. 20815
  • USA

Geico Mailing address:

  • Geico Corporation
  • One GEICO Plaza,
  • Washington, D.C. 20076
  • USA

How do I Contact Geico Customer Support?

Call the listed numbers above or contact Geico via:

Use the Geico Email Form to ask a question.

Contact Geico on Live Chat: Geico Live Chat.

Geico’ Contact Us page can be found Here.

Contact Geico on Social Media:

Geico on Twitter: @GEICO_Service

Geico on Facebook: www.facebook.com/Geico

Geico Headquarters Executive Team.

The executive team of GEICO Corporation consists of:

  • Olza M. Nicely, President and Chief Executive Officer-Insurance Operations
  • Louis A. Simpson, President and Chief Executive Officer-Capital Operations
  • Charles R. Davies, Senior Vice President and General Counsel
  • Thomas A. Wells, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.

 

The directors of GEICO Corporation are:

  • Warren E. Buffett
  • Marc D. Hamburg
  • Forrest N. Krutter.
  • Charles R. Davies
  • John J. Geer
  • Donald R. Lyons
  • Robert M. Miller
  • Olza M. Nicely
  • William E. Roberts
  • David L. Schindler
  • Thomas M. Wells

 

Government Employees Insurance Company Executive Team.
The executive team of Government Employees Insurance Company are:

  • Olza M. Nicely, President and Chief Executive Officer
  • Charles R. Davies, Senior Vice President and General Counsel
  • Thomas A. Wells, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
  • William E. Roberts, Vice President.

 

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Alex Amenkowicz
Alex Amenkowicz

Let me say at the onset, as a retired businessman, your telecom Auto & Homeowner Quoting system is dubious at best. Right from the get-go I requested a two auto quote giving all the information that your agent seemed to already have? I thanked him, indicating I would get back to him after I did an apple-to-apples comparison with my current policy. Your premium for our two auto was lower than the carrier I’ve been with for 23 years. After a few days I called back only to get a different agent in a different part of the country. OK!
I indicated that I would like a payment plan base on the premium quoted and much to my surprise he stated the premium to be $10.00/month higher than the original quote. I requested he justify the increase, on which he stated he did not make out the original quote and that there may have been an error or the rates went up? “They fluctuate on an hourly basis” he added and there was nothing he could do. I stated fine, when is my 1st payment due?
Since I had my Auto & Homeowners coupled with a single agency prior, I asked this agent about Homeowners coverage, he stated it was at another location and he would try to transfer me, which he did. The location was Fredericksburg VA., where I talked to a very courteous female agent and after all information was exchange she emailed me the quote and here again I took time to compare. After my review I had a few questions and not having the female agents tele#, I sent her an email asking to speak with her. She responded that I would have to forward my phone number and she would call me at an agreed time. I thought this strange, however after her call and answering my questions, I accepted her quoted payment plan with the 1st 3 month payment paid on 4/24/2018 for coverage beginning May 1, 2018. I thanked her and went on with life.
Approximately three (3) days later I received your emailed customer survey and made an honest effort to fill it out assuming it was specific to my auto policy. I then, took the opportunity to state how in my opinion your “bait and switch” quoting practice needed to better refined in favor of the consumer and as a retired Customer Relations Manager for a Global high tech company, my career would have been short lived if I marketed this form of Customer Service. Well, a day later I get a phone call from a woman in your Customer Relations Dept. at one of your locations apologizing for the confusion and offering amends. This was good to hear and I had high hopes for GEICO.
Unfortunately, this was short-lived, when on May 30, 2018 I received a notice of ineligibility on my Homeowner policy from your underwriter Occidental (Policy # SCP187315800) stating my Home for Sale makes me ineligible for Insurance! What? I’ve never heard of such a thing? I immediately called one of your Customer Service numbers and a John from Buffalo, NY tried to answer my questions with courtesy, but little success. This is totally outrageous, I could have stayed with my old carrier if I was told this ahead of time, now I have to find another insurance company…..Unacceptable and not good business practice if you want to keep your customer base.
Alex Amenkowicz

George Jones
George Jones

After over 20 years with GEICO I had my first auto claim. The accident occured in Brooklyn, NY, on Memorial Day, 28 May, at or about 12:30 PM. My wife and I had come to NYC from Salisbury, NC, to assist our niece to move.

Once the initial report to GEICO was made [@1 PM] everything began to go wrong. And here we are almost a full month later waiting for some sort of resolution regarding our car,

KEN DeGRAAf
KEN DeGRAAf

MY CAR WAS CONSIDERED TOTALLED IN A ACCIDENT. THE DRIVERS DOOR AND QUARTER PANEL WAS HIT. I DROVE IT HOME FROM THE ACCIDENT & TO THE BODY SHOP. TOLD ADJUSTER I WANTED TO FIX THE CAR, ADDING MY OWN MONEY, WAS TOLD TO PRODUCE A TITLE AND THEY WOULD CHANGE IT TO A SALVAGE/REBUILT TITLE. SUPRISE MUCH LATER I WAS NOTIFIED BY PHONE, ID BEEN ISSUED A CERTIFICATE OF DESTRUCTION. FEEL I WAS MISLEAD AT EVERY STEP, GEICOS PEOPLE INEPT AT BEST OUT RIGHT LYING AT WORST. CANT BELIEVE A INSURANCE COMPANY CAN TELL ME I CANT FIX MY OWN CAR, WITH MY OWN MONEY. HAVE INSURED 3-4 CARS WITH GEICO FOR APPROX. 20 YERARS. WORKED WITH THEM , HIT IN SIDE & REAR AT LIGHTS ( STOPPED) NEVER CLAIMED A DIME IN MEDICAL. THIS IS HOW IM REWARDED. I GUES MY NEXT STEP IS A LAWYER TO REVERSE THE CERTIFICATE OF DESTRUCTION, AND FIX MY CAR. WE STILL LIVE IN USA RIGHT??? FLORIDA DMV CERTIFICATE OF DESTRUCTION IC LIKE A CAR DEATH WARRANT????