MetLife Reviews, Pricing, Ratings and FAQs

Learn about MetLife's business insurance solutions for small businesses. Includes info on MetLife, free trials, pricing, customer reviews and FAQs.

Updated on February 5th, 2019

MetLife offers business insurance for small businesses. MetLife's small business insurance is designed specifically for companies with under 99 employees. Businesses use MetLife's solutions to protect their businesses.

MetLife Pricing:

MetLife does not list pricing for any of its insurance products at this time.

Metlife Reviews
MetLife Review:

Pros: Good rates. Customer service is good.

Cons: Slow to respond to claims.

Bottomline: MetLife is a great option for small businesses looking for coverage. It is easy to find something to suit any needs and budget.

MetLife News & Activity:

Date

News or Activity

February 5, 2019

Metlife (MET) to Release Quarterly Earnings on Wednesday

February 5, 2019

MetLife Investment Advisors LLC Acquires 13,614 Shares of Citizens, Inc.

January 21, 2019

MetLife Announces Richard Nunn as New CEO for Australia

MetLife Key Information:

Founded

1868

Headquarters

New York, New York, US

CEO

Steven A. Kandarian

Number of Employees

49,000+

Number of Customers

90 Million

Phone

1 (800) 638-5433

Address

New York, New York, US

Website

www.metlife.com

MetLife FAQs:

Is there a MetLife free trial?

MetLife does not offer a free trial on its website at this time.

Where can I find the MetLife login?

Go to metlife.com and click "Login" in the top right corner of the homepage.

What are some MetLife alternatives?

MetLife Reviews:

Source

Review

vertabr - reddit.com

MetLife has epic terms and conditions. Their life and long term care have fine print allowing electronic access to your medical records forever. Read the fine print. All of it. Every time.

Hope Rising - twitter.com

Don't buy insurance from these fraudsters. Increased my premium by 30% this year after 10 years with them and no claims and that is with 35% in phony discounts. They don't care about their customers.

TBW156 - reddit.com

MetLife? Hell no. Run.