Group Payment Options
Have you considered electronic payment options? With today’s busy lifestyle, Capital BlueCross recognizes the need to keep things simple. With that in mind, we offer you three electronic options for payment of health insurance premiums:
Enjoy the convenience and timeliness of paying your group premium online. (Note: Your balance is the amount now due on your scheduled monthly premium and any past due amount(s). Your payment may require up to 48 hours for standard processing Monday through Thursday; payment activity Friday through Sunday will be posted the next business day, excluding holidays.)
Capital BlueCross participates with most banks and credit unions to receive payments electronically from your financial institution through a Remittance Payment Processing System (RPPS) network.
To set up a payment from your bank:
- Enroll in your bank’s bill payer program
- Add Capital BlueCross to your payee list
- Follow your bank’s instructions to set up a payment (Be sure to enter your 12 digit group/subgroup ID in the account field.)
Group Check It Out®
Group Check It Out is an automated payment option that will deduct your Capital BlueCross premium directly from your bank account.
By simply completing our enrollment form, verifying your account information and submitting the form to us, you receive peace of mind in knowing that your health insurance premium will be paid on time with no additional effort by you.
Wire Transfer/Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Initiated by Customer
A wire transfer or EFT debit can be initiated through your banking institution on a date specified by you. There may be a charge from your banking institution for each transaction.
Payment by Check
If you choose not to submit your payment electronically, you can generate a check for the amount due shown on your statement. Send us the check and your copy of the return payment portion of your statement in the return envelope provided with your invoice. Be sure to write your group/subgroup ID and the invoice number on your check, and mail the payment so we receive it on or before the due date.