Photo proof of identity is required when paying by Credit Card
If you pay your premium by cheque make sure you always have enough money to cover your payment. If your cheque is not honoured by the bank because you do not have enough money in the account, it could result in the cancellation of your insurance policy.
A salary deduction form is filled out and forwarded to your employer. A deposit is required at your renewal and the balance arranged through Salary Deduction.
Another payment option available to Direct Clients of Co-operators General Insurance.
Pay your premiums at most SurePay locations across Barbados.
We make paying your premiums easy and flexible and we will work with you in providing a plan that meets your budget.
Pay the full premium on or before renewal/effective date of the policy and avoid any installment charges.
Flexible Installment Plans
Payment plans are subject to credit approval. If you elect to pay your premium in installments, you may be subject to an additional fee. If you are having trouble honouring your credit agreement, simply call one of our credit officers to discuss your options. If you've had your insurance policy cancelled more than once during a certain period of time due to non-payment, Co-operators is not obligated to offer future credit terms.