my car insurance company doubles up my first monthly payment if i dont use auto pay. is this considered discrimination. Why should I be penalized for not giving access to my bank account.....
is requiring "auto pay" for a better car insurence payment plan considered discrimination
8You'll need to provide a jurisdiction for a useful answer, but I think we all know the answer already, which is that discrimination is legal, unless a law says otherwise. Discrimination on the basis of race is illegal; discrimination on the basis of payment structure is generally quite legal.– bdb484Jun 6, 2022 at 17:10
4You also are likely not being "penalized" but rather willingly giving up a discount by choosing one payment alternative vs. the other.– jwh20Jun 6, 2022 at 17:17
It may be discrimination, but it is not discrimination based upon any reason that the company is prohibited from engaging in. This conduct is legal in pretty much all U.S. jurisdictions.