Payment

Procedure on how to pay your premium

Paying the premium is necessary for you to receive the optimal benefits of your insurance policy. Here’s how to do it.

How to pay your premium How to pay your premium

Procedure on how to pay your premium

Paying the premium is necessary for you to receive the optimal benefits of your insurance policy. Here’s how to do it.

Premium payment can be done through:

1. Virtual Account (VA)

Bank

Sun Life Code

VA Number

(e.g. Policy Number: 123456789)

Bank Code if transferring from other banks

BCA

00927

00927123456789

BCA ATM only

BNI

8511000

8511000123456789

009

CIMB Niaga

8599

8599123456789

022

Mandiri

88669

8599123456789

008

BRI

22786

22786123456789

002

BRI Syariah

927860000

27860000123456789

422

VA payment can be done through:

Via ATM

Enter VA number and the amount of your renewal premium

Via Bank Teller

State your VA account and the beneficiary name (policyholder’s name)

Via Internet/ Mobile Banking

Enter VA account and the amount of your renewal premium

Notes:

  • BCA Virtual Account is only for clients who own BCA account.
  • The types of premium payment that can be done through transfer using BCA/BNI/CIMB Niaga/Mandiri/BRI/BRI Syariah are Renewal Premium and Top Up.

 
2. Alfamart

3. BRILink

4. Multiple payment

Multiple payment is an option for clients who have been using auto debit since the beginning, but experiencing obstacles:

  1. Failure on credit card and bank account auto debit.
  2. Power of Attorney for Account Debit unapproved by Bank, while the renewal premium is approaching the due date.

In order to maintain the validity of policy, clients can pay the overdue premium via transfer to Virtual Account number or paying at Alfamart.



5. How not to make your premium payment as Top Up?

How not to make your premium payment as Top Up

Purchasing the product through bank and other channels

Premium payment can be done through:

 

1. Bank Teller

Bank Beneficiary Name Beneficiary Account
CIMB Niaga teller Policyholder’s name 5429 + 9 digits of policy number

2. ATM

Go to “Transfer” menu in the ATM

Bank

Beneficiary Account

CIMB Niaga

5429 + 9 digits of policy number

Other banks (non-bank partner)

022 + 5429 + 9 digits of policy number

3. Internet Banking

Go to “Transfer” menu

Bank

Beneficiary Name

Beneficiary Account

CIMB Niaga

Policyholder’s name

5429 + 9 digits of policy number

Notes:

  1. The types of premium payment that can be done via transfer using CIMB Niaga Virtual Account are Renewal Premium and Top Up.
  2. Payment/transfer cannot be done through ATM.

4. Multiple payment

Multiple payment is an option for clients who have been using auto debit since the beginning, but experiencing obstacles:

  1. Failure on credit card and bank account auto debit.
  2. Power of Attorney for Account Debit unapproved by Bank, while the renewal premium is approaching the due date.

In order to maintain the validity of policy, clients can pay the overdue premium via transfer to Virtual Account number.

 

5. How not to make your premium payment as Top Up?

How not to make your premium payment as Top Up