Combat USPS Delays with Electronic Payment Options
By Pekin Insurance · Jun 16, 2021 ·1 min read
It is no secret that delays within the United States Postal Service system have created issues for individuals and businesses alike. We recognize that Pekin Insurance billing has been impacted by these shipping delays which can lead to a domino effect of other issues. We know this can be extremely stressful for you, and we want to alleviate that stress as much as possible. We have a simple solution: electronic payments!
While we know some policyholders are committed to sending checks by mail, we are encouraging everyone to consider utilizing one of our electronic payment options as an alternative during these uncertain times.
We offer automatic monthly EFT withdrawals, payment by phone, or a one-time payment option. The variety of electronic payment options Pekin Insurance offers will allow you to avoid having to send out a check via mail altogether. This means faster processing times and ultimately, fewer headaches for you.
If you’ve never used one of our electronic payment options before, don’t worry! Below, you’ll find step-by-step instructions for making your payment online or over the phone.
To make a payment online:
- Step 1: Go to www.PekinInsurance.com
- Step 2: Click or tap on “Pay A Bill” at the top of your screen
- Step 3: Either sign into your account or choose our one-time payment option, which allows you to pay without signing in
- Step 4: Pay your bill via credit card or directly from your bank account
To pay by phone:
- Step 1: Call 1-800-322-0160, Extension 2010
- Step 2: Pay your bill via credit card or directly from your bank account
The past year continues to impact many of the services the United States Postal Service offers. It has also had a monumental impact on the way we do business. Our one true goal has always stayed the same, and that is to be there for our policyholders and make insurance simple. That is why features like our electronic payment options exist—to help make your life easier and alleviate potential worries. We cannot control delays within the Postal Service, but we can control how we do business. Consider trying out one of our electronic payment options during these uncertain times!