Question: How Do I Cancel My Blue Shield Insurance??

If you want to cancel our off-Marketplace plan, we can process that cancellation for you.

Call Customer Service at 800-538-8833.

You can also log in to your Blue Access for Members account and send us a secure email message.

A policy will also automatically be cancelled for nonpayment if you don’t pay the premium.

Can you cancel your health insurance policy at any time?

In most instances you can cancel your major medical insurance at any time without facing additional charges or fees. This is important because you cannot re-enroll in major medical outside of the open enrollment period (November) unless you qualify for a special enrollment period.12 Nov 2018

How do I cancel health insurance?

If you’re canceling a plan that you purchased on a health insurance marketplace, such as Healthcare.gov or a state marketplace, you can cancel the policy by logging into your marketplace account, selecting “My Plans & Programs,” and hitting “End (Terminate) All Coverage.”

How do I disenroll from Covered California?

Contact Covered California before the end of the month.

  • You can also call Covered California and apply over the phone. The toll-free number is 1-800-300-1506.
  • If you want to work with a certified enrollment counselor in person, you can visit your county social services office.

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Can I cancel Covered California anytime?

If you need to cancel your health or dental plan, you can do so by logging into your Covered California account. For example, to end coverage on June 30, you would need to call Covered California by June 16 to request the cancellation of your plan. It is not recommended to request a mid-month termination.

Can I cancel my Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance?

If you want to cancel our off-Marketplace plan, we can process that cancellation for you. Call Customer Service at 800-538-8833. You can also log in to your Blue Access for Members account and send us a secure email message. A policy will also automatically be cancelled for nonpayment if you don’t pay the premium.

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