Updated as of March 23
Our agents want to help you face the challenges ahead. Insurance is part of our daily lives. Our job is to make that experience seamless and affordable. Did you know, we are considered an essential business by most state governments. We are working hard to remain OPEN in our stores to serve you by implementing social distancing!
Our agents are still available both by phone and in person at retail locations near you.
As a reminder, we can serve you over the phone to help you make payments, purchase or renew insurance and/or make any policy adjustments. We accept credit cards and debit cards over the phone.
If you choose to visit our retail office, we are following CDC recommendations and our agents are practicing social distancing.
Over the past couple of weeks, the CDC has actively been asking the public to use telemedicine services. We have offered this for several years and are proud to have been a pioneer in this area. We offer several Telemedicine Plans that give you access to a doctor 24/7. Our affordable plans provide you with unlimited uses and calls per six- or twelve-month period. We have plans as low as 30 cents a day. Call us to learn more 800-390-4071.
At Cost U Less, we have always aspired to be the most trusted source of insurance solutions, so YOU can have peace of mind. We will face the days ahead together, and are proud to be your insurance partner.
Updated as of March 16
At Cost U Less, our customers and employees are our family, and your health and safety come first in our minds. We have been closely monitoring the events of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); we want to share some actions we are taking during this time of concern.
Steps you can take:
Frequently Asked Questions
Q/ Where can I find up-to-date information on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak?
A/ Up-to-date information is available online from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO). Please visit their sites for the latest information.
Q/ Which countries are currently classified as high-risk and impacted areas?
A/ According to the CDC, high-risk countries that have a Level 3 travel health notice with widespread, ongoing transmission are: China, South Korea, Italy, and Iran. Other impacted areas include: Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand.
Q/ What symptoms are associated with the Coronavirus?
A/ The Coronavirus usually causes mild to moderate respiratory tract illness, and those affected exhibit cold-like symptoms. However, in some cases, the virus can also cause severe respiratory infections and lead to pneumonia. Deaths caused by the virus so far have occurred mainly in people who had previously suffered from severe underlying diseases.
Q/ How can I protect myself from infection?
A/ Internationally recognized medical institutes suggest good hand hygiene, coughing and sneezing etiquette, and maintaining distance from those who are sick.