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Our Notice provides an overview of how we protect, collect, use, and share customer information.
Customer information means all nonpublic information related to an identified individual, which is sometimes called personally identifiable information. Customer information does not include anonymized data or de-identified data, which do not identify an individual.
State Farm retains customer information for legal, auditing, regulatory and business purposes. Retention periods vary according to specific legal, auditing, regulatory and business needs. Information about former, prospective and existing customers is also collected and retained.
Solicitations & direct marketing
Solicitation and direct marketing FAQs
No. "Do Not Share" is your right to limit the sharing of certain types of information (such as your driving record) within our State Farm family of companies. Your election to limit sharing, is not a marketing opt-out. You may still receive information about State Farm insurance and financial services products.
You can choose not to receive marketing offers by direct mail, telephone, or email. We will honor your requests to opt-out throughout the State Farm family of companies or just for specific product lines or companies.
You can make this choice or update your previous choice by:
- Submitting the Do Not Solicit form
- Contacting your agent, or
- Writing us at the following address:
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company
Mail Response Center
One State Farm Plaza
Bloomington, IL 61710
For information about online marketing, see our About Our Ads & Tracking page.
No, but there are ways you can reduce the number of solicitations you receive from companies, in general, with whom you do not have a customer relationship.
- To reduce the number of mailings you receive, visit DMAChoice.org.
- To reduce the number of phone calls you receive, visit donotcall.gov.
You may also contact specific companies and ask that they do not contact you through direct mail, email, or telephone solicitations.
Certain states may have state-run programs where individuals can be placed on a Do Not Call list to avoid marketing calls from businesses with whom they do not have an existing relationship. Your state will provide details on how to be placed on such a list.