Privacy Policy

Your privacy on the Internet is important to us. Because there are parts of our site where we ask you to provide us with certain types of personal information, we want you to know how we will use it.

Voluntary forms

Foremost provides voluntary forms for you to request online estimates, file a claim and complete an online application for employment. We will use the information that you give us to prepare an estimate, issue a policy, or handle a claim. We will not sell that information to any other person or organization, but we may make it part of a reference source for future contact with you by Foremost or its affiliates.

Cookies

We may use cookies to track customer or user requests, inquiries and traffic patterns or to determine audience size and repeated usage. A cookie is a message sent to your browser from a Web server that is stored on your computer's hard drive. The message is sent back to the Web server whenever the browser requests a page from that server. Many commercial Internet sites use cookies. While a code in the cookie file enables the site to label you as a particular user, it does not identify you by name or address unless you have provided the site with such information or set up preferences in your browser to do so automatically. You may opt out of accepting cookies by changing the settings on your browser. When you visit our website, other parties may collect personally identifiable information about your online activities over time and across different websites. Please note that we do not currently support "Do Not Track" signals but may do so in the future.

Financial Services Modernization Act (Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act)

This Act was signed into law in 1999. The Act requires financial institutions, including insurance companies, to have written privacy policies that must be made known to customers.

Foremost Privacy Notices

Our privacy notices are annually mailed to customers and are also available online. The privacy notice that applies to you depends on how you obtained your policy with the Foremost Group of companies.

The privacy notices are available to view in PDF format. More information on viewing PDF files

If you obtained your policy with the assistance of an insurance agent

 Arizona, California, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oregon, Virginia 740182

 Montana 740509

 All other states 740062

If you purchased a Foremost policy through the Foremost AARP Mobile Home Insurance Program

Arizona, California, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oregon and Virginia 740183

 Minnesota 740182

 Montana 740509

 New Mexico & Vermont 740062

 All other states 740063

If you purchased a Foremost policy through a relationship that Foremost has with your employer, or organization you are affiliated with that has endorsed Foremost, or you purchased a policy directly through Foremost Insurance Service Center

If you are in these states: Arizona, California, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oregon, Virginia, one of two notices will apply to you:

Form 740182 or 740184

If you are in Montana, one of two notices will apply to you:

740509 or 740510

All other states, one of two privacy notices will apply to you:

740062 or 740064

If you need help confirming which notice applies to you, call us at 1-800-239-5877 (if you have a Foremost auto, homeowners, or umbrella liability policy). For all other types of Foremost policies, if you need assistance please call 1-800-237-2060.

If you purchased an automobile or homeowners policy from Foremost Insurance Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Auto & Home all states

If you are a policyholder in the state of Alabama, please see the Alabama Policyholder Bill of Rights.

 

 

If you don't already have it installed, please download Adobe Acrobat Reader . After you have downloaded the file, follow the directions on the Adobe page regarding installation of the Reader. Once you're done with that, click on the links above to read the privacy notices.

For more information on the actual Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, you might check with your local library, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), or your congressman. You can reach the FTC toll-free at 1-877-FTC-Help (877-382-4357) , or write them at FTC Consumer Response Center, 600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Room 130, Washington DC 20580. The GLBA text is available at www.ftc.gov under "Privacy Initiatives."