We’re always looking for ways to keep things simple for you, and maintaining your medical indemnity insurance is made easy with our convenient direct debit payment option. Payments can be made by monthly or annual direct debit with no additional costs or charges, even if you pay by the month.
Direct debit is a convenient and secure way to pay your insurance and membership with MIGA, and you can feel confident that you have continuous cover in place to protect your career and reputation without having to take any further action. Plus, you’ll be able to spread the cost of your insurance across the year, relieving the pressure of an annual payment and smoothing your cash flow.
Once in place, your direct debit authority is ongoing and your insurance can be automatically renewed each year, so you won’t have to worry about late payments, risking cancellation of your cover, or worrying about paying on time.
Previously our monthly direct debit facility was limited to invoices with value greater than $1,000. We have now removed this requirement, so that clients with any premium amount can access the convenience of monthly instalments.
Setting up direct debit is easy. If you have recently received a renewal offer from us, information on setting up a direct debit is contained within your renewal email or posted package. You can also set up a direct debit by using the Renew Insurance button on our website, over the phone by calling us on 1800 777 156, or you can download a Direct Debit Request Form from the publications section of our website.
You can arrange a direct debit via your Visa, Amex, Diners or MasterCard credit cards – no additional charges will apply for using any of these cards, and you can still earn points from your credit rewards scheme. Nearly all Australian bank accounts, credit unions and most building societies can be used to make direct debit payments, but if in doubt check with your financial institution before setting up a direct debit.
If you have any questions regarding direct debit payments, you can refer to the Direct Debit FAQs document located in the publications section of our website or contact us on 1800 777 156 and one of our friendly Client Services Officers will be happy to assist.