GEICO Customer Service

GEICO is serious about providing great support to their customers. By contacting GEICO customer service number, you can get your common issues solved easily.

GEICO Customer Service Number

1 (800) 207-7847 – Customer Service

Contact GEICO customer support by calling 1 (800) 207-7847 number directly. You can directly talk with their customer representative and find a fair solution to your problem that is relatively easy & fast.

You can contact 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  If you can’t find what you’re looking for, Please contact via other ways provided here.

You can call GEICO customer service number and generally discuss for following topics

  • Insurance Quote
  • Make a Claim
  • Track a Claim
  • Cancel Policy
  • Refund a Charge
  • Technical support
  • Service Problem

GEICO Regular Business Hours

Mon to Friday: Open 24 hours
Saturday : Open 24 hours
Sunday : Open 24 hours

GEICO customer service

If you need information for any such insurance service, policy or payment related issue, you can reach GEICO customer support via their customer service number at 1 (800) 207-7847. Contact their helpline support number that is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Homeowners Insurance

If you have any questions or get information about homeowners insurance to visit on homeowner insurance department webpage. You can reach a homeowners insurance sales agent at (800) 841-2964.

General Problems that GEICO Customers Reports

  • Can I get a quote from Geico?
  • How do I make a payment online?
  • Where can I view online claims forms?
  • I recently had an accident. Where can I get information on repair shops?
  • How do I track and manage my existing claim?
  • How do I report a claim, glass damage, or request Emergency Road Service?
  • Why did my car insurance rate increase?
  • How do I add a vehicle to my policy?
  • How do I cancel my GEICO car insurance policy?

Common Problem Categories

  • Change Policy
  • Cancel Policy
  • Report a Claim


The Government Employees Insurance Company (GEICO) is an American auto insurance company, it is the second largest auto insurer in the United States. GEICO was founded in 1936 by Leo Goodwin Sr. and his wife Lillian Goodwin. GEICO offers property insurance, as well as umbrella coverage which GEICO sells, but the risk on the policies are transferred to third party companies.

Contact GEICO to discover more using our customer support telephone number.



How many GEICO offices are in the US?
GEICO generally deals directly with consumers via telephone and internet; however, the local agent program has more than 300 independent offices across the United States. GEICO is now the second-largest writer of private auto insurance in the country.

Why is GEICO laying off employees 2023?
“[The layoffs] will allow us to become more dynamic, agile, and streamline our processes while still serving our customers.” GEICO employees who held onto their jobs will be required to increase their presence in the office, with the policy taking effect Jan. 1, Combs said.

Why did GEICO close all its offices?
The Chronicle reports that insurance industry magazines linked Geico’s decision to close California sales offices to its failure to raise insurance prices in compliance with Sacramento regulations and other market forces.

Who owns GEICO and Progressive?
Geico is not owned by Progressive. Berkshire Hathaway owns Geico, while the Progressive Corporation is an independent company. Progressive is the second-largest auto insurance company in the U.S., according to the NAIC.

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GEICO Customer Reviews

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 by John on GEICO

I have been with GEICO for, I believe, a decade. I am pleased with their new program that has the DRIVE EASY program to help drivers reduce any bad habits. It caused me to curtail phone handling (at red lights - my former habit) - and otherwise showed me I am a good driver. I also thought they fairly handled an accident where an individual ran a redlight and totaled my car. They did a thorough investigation and gave me a fair value on my car that I was able to use as a downpayment on another one. They also extended my rental to 30 days (since the holiday came up and I was visiting family - and the new car had to be shipped from another state). I thought they were more than fair to deal with. I was sorry to see these other bad experiences here. My guess is that people who are satisfied don't tend to express it. Perhaps I do so because I am a writer and enjoy the process - plus believe that any good business deserves to get credit for their good business practices.