Email Spam Rate
Beware of Email Spam About Rate Quotes
You may have received emails made to appear as if they were sent from State Farm®. The email includes the State Farm name and/or logo and claims to provide access to a discounted rate quote or a list of comparative rates with other insurance companies through the link provided. The link then redirects the reader to the website, "affordable-auto-rates.com" or "autoinsurancematch.com," which are not affiliated with State Farm. Although State Farm does market its products online, State Farm has not contracted with "affordable-auto-rates.com" or "autoinsurancematch.com" to send these unsolicited emails.
Emails from State Farm can always be identified by an address of "@statefarm.com." You can easily discern spam or phishing emails by the return address and the "reply to address", both of which should be "@statefarm.com". If you suspect a State Farm solicitation request to be spam, forward the email to email@example.com and to your email or internet service provider.
We care about your on-line and email experience and remind you to not disclose any personally identifiable information if requested via an unsecured website, or unsolicited phone call or email.