QUOTE(cucikaki @ Feb 1 2019, 03:12 PM)
Ya, he did pass me the insurance receipt for RM200 payment. He paid in advance. (Just that the receipt has no indication that the payment is for registration or monthly premium for feb)
However, for february, i need to pay rm200 (registration/application fee) + rm200 (monthly premium).
He said monthly premium will be covered by him for february, but i need to pay registration/application fee. Is there such thing?
My family members were under great eastern, and they never encountered such thing as application fee.
Hmm sounds to me that he pre-pay the premium for you.
Question is why didn’t you just register for debit/credit card payment, hassle free and don’t need to transfer here and there.
QUOTE(cringe @ Feb 1 2019, 06:59 PM)
Anyone here applied medical insurance through online?
I saw Manulife is selling their medical card through online. I'm quite interested actually to apply for the medical card when I read the way we need to make claims if we admitted to the hospital.
AXA Insurance also doing the same.https://www.manulifenow.com.my/Claims.aspxhttps://www.manulifenow.com.my/ManuEZMed.aspx
Nope I’ve never bought any medical card online before, you can try it ur self and let us know the experience.
QUOTE(cucikaki @ Feb 2 2019, 01:24 AM)
Email of 31/1 is To make first payment. However, agent said he paid for me already. Today i receive email saying that my policy is enforce on 1/2/2019.
So actually im paying my february policy myself? I asked a friend who took insurance recently with prudential, there no ‘registration fee’. And no cashback from agent also.
So i feel like this so called ‘cashback’ for february actually doesnt even exist?
Like I said there is no such thing as free insurance unless stated otherwise by the insurance company before signing up.
Maybe the agent is desperate for your sales to key into the figure for January that’s why he quickly pay for you first and now need you to pay him back for the prepayment.
Anyways no hard and fast rule, if you feel so much issue just for this policy, you can feel free to free-look the policy and get a refund.