No. Once added to a client policy, a Producer agrees to pay for charges related to the account until the client adds their own payment method to the account. This includes charges for any amendments, audits, renewals, and extensions for which a producer’s payment method is listed on file.
You can update/replace the primary payment method to your client’s by asking your client to add their own payment method to the account.
Your client’s failure to pay is not grounds for the Company, or you as the client’s Producer, to cancel the policy for non-payment. The policy may be canceled by the Producer providing a Lost Policy Release (“LPR”) signed by the insured for cancelation to be effective on or after the date the LPR is received by Thimble.