Globe Life and Accident Insurance company offers policyholders the options of taking care of their premium payments by mail, phone or online. However, each option has its pros and cons. For instance, paying by mail is convenient and doesn't require any direct interaction with the company. However, it requires you to spend money on postage. An advantage of paying online is that it offers you the option of setting up future payments so you don't have to worry about missing one. However, you have to have access to Internet service to set up the payment. Take at look at the ins and outs of each payment method to decide which is right for you.
Paying by Phone
Call Globe Life at 800-811-3927. Globe Life customer service representatives are available from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday, Central Standard Time. Listen to the menu options until you hear the one about making a payment.
Press "5" on your phone's keypad to make a payment by phone. You may hear a recorded message that states that all customer service representatives are currently busy. Wait on the line for the next available representative.
Tell the representative that you want to make payment over the phone. Give the representative your policy number so that he can look up your records. Confirm your name, address and phone number at the representative's request.
Tell the representative the amount of the payment you wish to make. You have the option of using a checking or savings account or a credit or debit card with a MasterCard or Visa logo. Give the representative your account information. The representative will process your payment for you. Write down the payment confirmation number the representative gives you.
Navigate to Globe Life's eService Center. Click "Register Now" on the "Welcome" page.
Enter your email address. Enter it again for verification. Enter a password that consists of five to 10 characters. Enter it again for verification. Click "Continue."
Enter your Globe Life insurance policy number. The number will consist of nine to 11 characters. Enter it without any dashes or spaces. Enter the insured's last name and his date of birth in the appropriate boxes. Click "Submit."
Click on the "Make Payment Online" option. You may use a checking or savings account or a credit or debit card bearing a Visa or MasterCard logo to pay online. Enter the information for the account from which you want the payment to drafted, such as name on the account and the account number.
Enter the date that you want the payment to take place or choose to enroll in Globe Life's automatic draft payment service that authorizes the company to draft premium payments out of your account at designated intervals such as bi-weekly, monthly or quarterly. Click "Submit."
Write down the payment confirmation number that appears on your screen for your records.
Paying By Mail
Fill out a check or money order for the amount of your insurance premium payment. Write "Globe Life and Accident Insurance" on the payee line.
Write the name of the policyholder and policy number somewhere on the front of money order or check to make sure the payment is properly credited to your account.
Mail your payment to: Globe Life And Accident Insurance Company Globe Life Center Oklahoma City, OK 73184
Items you will need
- Globe insurance policy number
- Checking or savings account numbers or Visa or MasterCard
- No service fee applies when you apply online or by phone.
- Always make your policy payments on time to avoid cancellation.
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