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Asked on 01 Feb 2020

Can we still pay insurance bill via credit card even though the option is not stated as either of payment modes in the letter?

Will the payment still go through to the insurer? Bc my intention is to consolidate all expenses in CC for easier view.

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Yes it will still go through. I've had clients ask me that. I'll ask them to use Citi PayAll or CardUp, but then most back out after hearing there's a fee.

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Aaron Wong
Aaron Wong
Level 6. Master
Answered on 03 Feb 2020

Yes you can. Simply use a service like Citi PayAll or CardUp, which will let you earn rewards points for a small fee. All you need to do is provide them with your policy details and they'll handle the payment.

Further reading:

Citi Payall: https://milelion.com/2019/02/15/citi-payall-feature-now-open-to-all-one-of-the-cheapest-ways-to-buy-miles-in-singapore/

CardUp: https://milelion.com/2020/01/02/cardup-cuts-processing-fee-to-2-25-buy-miles-from-1-38-cents-each/

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Randall Tan
Randall Tan, Coffee boy at Century Piano
Level 6. Master
Answered on 03 Feb 2020

I suggest you give them a call and let them know the reason why you want to use credit card for payment, certain insurance company will give exceptions to you. Good luck, let me know again!

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pat
pat
Level 7. Grand Master
Answered on 10 Feb 2020

You can engage in a 3rd party like card up, but you will need to pay them a small commisssion to use their service

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Ken K
Ken K
Level 6. Master
Answered on 10 Feb 2020

Use payall or cardup

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Barry Allen
Level 6. Master
Answered on 10 Feb 2020

Yes you can, if AXS is stated as one of the payment methods since you are not looking to earn miles but just to consolidate your spending.

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