Pre-Issuance Payments Online
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What are ‘Pre-issuance Payments’?
The benefits under your policy start only once your policy is issued. The amount that you pay to the company during this period is called the pre-issuance payment. Once this amount is received, the policy is processed for issuance.
Important Information on ‘Pre-issuance Payment’:
- Only the proposer^ can make the online premium payment. The company will not consider online payment made by any third party on proposer’s behalf.
- The risk cover under the policy begins only after the policy is issued.
- In case you have chosen a Unit Linked product, the NAV* on the date of issued policy shall be applicable.
* Net Asset Value (NAV) is the price at which the units of a fund (be it equity or debt) are purchased.
^ A proposer is an individual who wants an insurance policy either for self or for a loved one, and makes all the premium payments under the policy. For example,For example, you will be the proposer when you take a life cover for your wife, as all the payments in the policy are made by you. Your spouse will be the life assured, for whom the Life cover is taken.