As easy as can be: Flexible payment options.

Do you like to pay your invoices quickly and conveniently? Or do you prefer more familiar methods? With us, you have the choice – and many payment options. We particularly recommend eBill, and not just for the sake of the environment. If you use this method, it means less paper and more time.

We send the bill directly to your e-banking portal, where it is displayed for you. All fields are already completed, sparing you the error-prone process of typing in payment information. 

eBill is just as secure as e-banking – and with three clicks, everything is done. 

Don’t use eBill yet?

Watch the video to learn about the numerous advantages and discover how you can use eBill in the future. Alternatively, you can get more information here.

With direct debit (also known as LSV), you give us a direct debit authorisation once, and your future payments are then automatically approved for the bank. On request, you can receive notifications which give you the option of checking outgoing payments and cancelling them if necessary. The amount of effort required from you is kept to a minimum, and punctual transfers are guaranteed. On request, we will send you a completed direct debit form for your policy.
By setting up a standing order, you can arrange for your periodic payments to us to be triggered au-tomatically on a certain date. You will no longer receive paper invoices. If the amount of the premi-um changes, you will receive a separate notification so that you can amend the standing order.
If you choose this option, we will post the invoice to your home, and you must then make the pay-ment manually, either via your bank or at a branch of Swiss Post.

Here you will find everything you need to know:

  • Company (ASV, ASL or CAP)
  • Number of the responsible agency
  • Customer number
  • Product line (which type of insurance the invoice is for)
  • Policy number
  • Due date of the invoice (by when it has to be paid)
  • Invoice items in detail (what has been invoiced to you and which period of time it relates to)
  • Outstanding balance (the amount of money we owe to you or you owe to us)
  • Contact details of the responsible agency