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State Farm® values our customers' privacy. We encourage you to review the Notice of Privacy Policy, State Privacy Rights, Personal Health Information, and our frequently asked questions regarding your privacy.

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Questions About the Notice of Privacy Policy


You can reduce the amount of paper you receive by signing up to go paperless. You can view the Notice of Privacy Policy online instead of receiving a mailed copy. You'll also help State Farm achieve its green mission.


Anyone can read the State Farm Notice of Privacy Policy online. If you don't want to receive a mailed Notice of Privacy Policy, we need to know you consent to the Paperless Notice of Privacy Policy guidelines. In order to consent, you must register for a State Farm online account.


Registration is easy and takes about five minutes.

To get started, you need:

  • At least one State Farm product
  • A valid email address


Your preference will be processed immediately. However, Notice of Privacy Policy mailers are scheduled throughout the year. If you received a mailed Notice of Privacy Policy after you signed up, it's likely because it was mailed before your new preference was processed. Rest assured, your preference will remain as long as your State Farm online account is current and active.

If you have questions, contact your agent or the State Farm Privacy Policy Information Line at 800-865-6035 800-865-6035.



No. When you sign up for the Paperless Notice of Privacy Policy online it applies to all of your U.S. State Farm policies and accounts. Learn about paperless statement and billing options.



No. Your Paperless Notice of Privacy Policy online preferences are saved as long as your online State Farm account is current and active. To keep your account current and your preference in force, you must have logged into your account during the past 11 months.


Not at this time. You can view the Notice of Privacy Policy on statefarm.com® or request a paper copy from your agent.


Yes. You can print a copy of the Notice of Privacy Policy from your Internet browser.


Currently there are no discounts available for selecting the Paperless Notice of Privacy Policy.


This notice is not a solicitation. It is an annual Notice of Privacy Policy to our customers explaining our company's privacy policies and practices. It's required by the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), which is a federal law that includes provisions to protect the privacy of the personal information of consumers held by financial institutions (including insurers). In accordance with GLBA, we provide this notice the first time we do business with a customer and every year they are a State Farm customer.

If you prefer not to receive the paper mailing, and you do business with us electronically, a paperless option is also available for this notice. We highly recommend that you sign-up to get your notice online at statefarm.com®. State Farm® is committed to a future where environmental values are key to the way we do business. A Good Neighbor is a Green NeighborTM.



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.

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.

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.