By Dipo Olowookere
New and improved payment channels have been introduced by AXA Mansard Plc to eliminate challenges customers may have experienced in the past with regards to payments for services rendered by the global leader in insurance and asset management.
With the introduction of these multiple payment platforms, users will have easy, quick and convenient mode of premium payments. The payment processes have been digitized and automated for improved customer service and reduced turnaround time for all transactions.
With the latest innovation, customers will be able to make payments on various platforms, which include Quickteller (Website and Mobile App); PayDirect; GT Collections; and the Point of Sales (POS) terminal.
Others include the AXA Mansard Website; cheques, bank drafts and internet banking platforms of selected banks.
According to the CEO of AXA Mansard Insurance Plc, Mr Kunle Ahmed, “In order to serve our customers better, we have introduced new payment channels that will help simplify the processes by which they can make premium payments for their new and renewed policies.”
Mr Ahmed further said, “With the payment channels, all the encumbrances associated with premium remittance from clients have been resolved and reconciliation challenges will no longer impede service delivery to our clientele.”
AXA Mansard is a registered composite company with the National Insurance Commission of Nigeria (NAICOM) offering life and non-life insurance products and services to individuals and institutions across Nigeria whilst also offering asset/investment management services, health insurance solutions and pension fund administration through its three subsidiaries; AXA Mansard Investments Limited, AXA Mansard Health Limited and AXA Mansard Pensions Limited respectively.
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