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PNB MetLife is one of the most renowned life insurance companies in the country. Since the time it started operations in the year 2001, the company has positioned itself as one of the top players in the private life insurance industry. The company has a plethora of life insurance covers in its lineup. You may choose a life insurance policy based on your specific investment goals and financial security requirements. The online facilities offered by the company help you keep track of your policy and stay up-to-date.
If you are a policyholder with ,PNB MetLife, you need to pay your renewal premiums on time and keep your policy updated. The company offers different methods for its customers to pay their premiums. You may visit the nearest branch office and pay the outstanding premium. However, the online methods offered by the company are most effective as they let you pay your premiums instantly without wasting any time or effort. Let’s check out the different online premium payment modes offered by the PNB MetLife.
The official website of PNB MetLife allows customers to register their policies online and pay their premiums instantly. Even if you have not registered your policy, you may still go ahead and pay your premiums by providing your policy number and other personal details. On the official website, customers can pay their premium dues through the PNB MetLife payment gateway called ‘Bill Desk’. The steps involved in the payment process are listed as follows:
You may use the above steps to pay the premium dues online. Once you have reached the final step, you may choose the different modes to pay your premiums online. The following options are available for policyholders of PNB MetLife:
The standing instructions facility allows customers to pay their premium dues automatically. In this way, customers don’t have to worry about remembering the due date for premium payment. To enable this facility, customers must submit a mandate to the company. This facility is available for both bank accounts as well as credit cards. Let's take a look at how this can be activated.
Customers of PNB MetLife can also use the NEFT fund transfer facility to pay their renewal premiums. To do this, the policyholder must add the company as a beneficiary in his/her bank account. Once the company is added as a beneficiary, the outstanding premium amount can be transferred anytime. The account details of the company are given as follows:
|Beneficiary account||6969 followed by the policy number (without any space)|
|Bank Name||Citibank N.A.|
|Account Type||Current Account|
|Transfer amount||As per the policyholder’s premium dues|
You can use any of the methods given here to pay your premiums online. When you make an online payment, make sure that you enter the details correctly without fail. Online payment methods are most effective since they allow customers to make their payments from the comfort of their own homes. Based on your preference and convenience, you can use any of the methods listed here. If you face any difficulties in proceeding with online payment, you can call the customer service department and ask a customer service executive to guide you with the payment process.
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