Where Is Geico Corporate Office Headquarters

Geico Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 5260 Western Ave, Chevy Chase, MD 20815, United States
  • Phone Number: +1 301-986-3880
  • Fax Number: (301)-986-3054
  • Email: texthelp@geicomail.com
  • Number of Employees: 40,000
  • Established: 1936
  • Founder: Leo Goodwin Sr. & Lillian Goodwin
  • Key People: Bill Roberts

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GEICO Plaza del Triunfo, 7 11520 Rota, Spain



Kaiserstr 1
67661 Kaiserslautern


United Kingdom

Building 957, Room 213 and 215 RAF Lakenheath

Geico Headquarters Executive Team

Bill Roberts

President and CEO

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Tony Nicely

Executive Chairman

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  • Adam Hirsh, M.A. says:

    I have Geico. I was hit by another driver who has Geico. You have harassed me calling me 7 days back to back even when I told them I had COVID and can’t deal with this right now. Then I got a call from an adjuster that was completely rude, continued to speak over me, and badgered me while o was suffering from PTSD because of the accident and am having a mental breakdown. Not only will he be dropping Geico I will be suing your company!

  • kevin gibney says:

    I would like to be in GEICO motorcycle commercial I have unique motorcycle please contact me at kevingibs@att.net or 860-225-7102

  • Duane Kirk says:

    Please remove me from your mailing list. I will never have GEICO insurance again!!!!

    Duane Kirk
    101 Cinnabar Trail
    Cibolo, Texas. 78108

  • J.W. Leonard says:

    RE: Commercials:
    Your old commercials were somehow cute and moderately acceptable; your newer commercials are both stupid and offensive. The ads do nothing for a positive image. They operate on about a 12 year old mentality, say nothing about how good your product may be and your ad staff should be immediately fired. I am so offended that I am contemplating changing insurance companies for the first time in many. many years. Get rid of the stupid ads!

  • Juanita says:

    I am not understanding how you run your business. I paid my policy before the 6 months was up, and I went to pay more on it so I would be ahead and it would not let me. So I sent an email to Geico and this was what I got back they hold a credit for 45 days and then send it back. I feel like this we are going through a Pandemic if the Policy Holder can pay more and be paid ahead all you have to do is subtract the credit and let them know what is owe this would be better for customers during this time. I would think as a business this would be information that would come up in a board or morning meeting to help out those who can pay now in the event they lose their job and be out of work at least the insurance is paid up so they would be able to have transportation to find work.

  • Raymond Croteau, MSGT., USMC, ( Retired) says:

    Mr. Roberts: I submit this with all due respect. Though I am aware that my opinions may not count much to a corporation, I do state things of importance in an honest way, with attempts of providing a different view point. Currently a new Geico with a very contrary ad has appeared on television. I am a little confused with the ad. The ad shows a couple with their new home, and a Geico representative/inspector is going about the exterior of the home. She looks into a garbage can and states ” you need to tear down your boxes”, she then walks around and starts cutting down plants potted and hanging, and makes a comment that it is not acceptable, then she goes to the mail box and starts cutting it apart stating it does not meet standards. My confusion is in regards to the fact that Geico is supposedly providing ” PROTECTION PLANS”- NOT TO INVADE PEOPLES PROPERTIES, NOR DICTATE AND TELL PEOPLE WHAT THEY CAN AND CANNOT HAVE IN THEIR HOME(S). The ad, as depicted, shows JUST THE OPPOSITE of what Geico truly offers. I would think that such negative ads would generate many questions of importance to a lot of people, as to whether or not they would go to Geico for protective measures. Thank you Sir for reading this, and I hope that my view point will be looked at, and considered. Thank you !!

  • Barry says:

    Got email from Todd Combs So gieco cares about me, if so I have to wait until august to get a 15% discount. So glad you are here helping in time of crisis. Cut us a break, if you cared you would immediately cut all customers 15% now while the crisis is here. Yes wait until crisis is over and then help. I am sure with mu car in the garage, my motorcycle in the garage your claims have dropped by millions. So glad Todd is behind us all. Thanks Geico. I am glad my state unemployment office does not do business like you, I could expect help by 2021. All smoking mirrors, not good enough. Better to do just nothing at all Geico customer + 10 years or more

  • Bahram says:

    No curtesy, Having an accident resulted to “Total Loss”, company moves your car to other location without letting you know in advance. Adjuster evaluation is a joke, they pick the worst car price in the market to set a base value for your car, then they trying to limit your car rental eligibility to push you to accept their “offer”. Be aware of page 14 under conditions number 6 is the appraisal clause. This is 15 days after accident (Total Loss) still no cooperation from the company and no car!!!!!!! its ridicules.

  • Alicia A Jeffries says:


    We received your online inquiry, and we apologize for any confusion.

    Congratulations on completing the defensive driver course! Rest assured, this discount was applied to your policy, and is currently reducing your 6 months premium by $86.60.


    GEICO Internet Team

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    In order to protect your privacy, please do not include personal information in a reply email (examples include driver’s license number, social security number, date of birth, or financial account details). To provide us with this information, simply log into your policy at geico.com and make the necessary updates or, while logged in to your policy, select Contact Us to send an email. If you prefer, you can call us, anytime, at 1-800-841-3000.

  • Charquel Glover says:

    I called in to cancel my account. The representative tried to get me to keep my account open but I was firm that I wanted to cancel. While asking another question, he got smart with me and hung up on me. I need you to know that “I WILL NEVER refer anyone to your company and will tell everyone who will listen about today’s call and past experience”. To the executives of the company (just a little advice), check your younger and newer agents because they impact your business (especially the ones in retention). I work for a big company and (as you know), word of mouth is BIG!!!

    • Alfie Crane says:

      I called Customer Service in April and asked a general question and the young representative egregiously fabricated and falsely documented an incident, established a claim which I neither requested or authorized. This rings of Wells Fargo falsely creating bank accounts for customers and generate business.

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