Sat, Apr 17, 2004
To many, dealing with
insurance issues is a task akin to performing black magic... but in
one case, it's just gotten a fair amount easier.
AVEMCO Insurance Company tells ANN that its customers are now
able to pay their insurance premium online at the company's
website. This is the latest in an ongoing series of improvements to
Avemco's electronic commerce capabilities that allows customers to
pay their premium at www.avemco.com at any
time, day or night.
Besides the obvious
convenience of this capability, annual studies have consistently
shown that some claim denials occur due to the failure to pay
premium on time. Jim Lauerman, Chief Underwriting Officer for
Avemco states, "We believe that our efforts to make payment easier
will help reduce or possibly eliminate the chance for claim denials
due to payment issues." Jim continues, "AVEMCO is committed to
constantly reviewing processes and implementing improved programs
and options that benefit our policyholders."
AVEMCO, the only direct writer of general aviation insurance for
pilots and aircraft owners is dedicated to making the insurance
buying experience fast, efficient, and pleasant. Avemco's extended
evening and weekend hours and online policyholder services such as
this new premium payment capability makes Avemco the insurer of
choice for thousands of aircraft owners and pilots.
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