Initiated in the year 1884, the Postal Life Insurance initially catered to the welfare of employees in the Postal Department. The service soon spread to employees of the Telegraph Department, State and Central Governments, Government Universities, etc. The first insurance company in the country to cover women, the Postal Life Insurance started with a coverage of Rs.4,000 and has since increased to a sum assured of a maximum of Rs.50 lakh. For policyholders of the Postal Life Insurance, checking the status of their policy is imperative - to check either the premium due date, survival date, maturity date, etc. Policyholders can check the status of their policy on the Postal Insurance website using their account credentials, the IndiaPost website, or via Email.
Postal Life Insurance policyholders can check the status of their policy in the following ways:
All existing policyholders - new and old - can create an online account for themselves using their name and other related policy details on the Postal Life Insurance website. Once they have created the account, policyholders have to just enter their login credentials, the captcha, and click on ‘submit’ to check the status of their Postal Life Insurance policy.
To know the status of their Postal Life Insurance policy, policyholders can write to either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Policyholders can follow the steps mentioned below to check the status of their Postal Life Insurance policy via the IndiaPost website:
Through the aforementioned steps, Postal Life Insurance customers can keep a track of their policy, check their premium due dates, the approximate payout they will get at the end of the term, etc.