For continuous coverage, it's important to pay your premium on time. Watch as Joseph learns about his options to pay for his health coverage.
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JOSEPH: Hi! My name is Joseph and today I'm meeting with the Blue Cross and Blue Shield customer advocate to talk about...my premium payment options. I'm a little confused on paying my premium. What are my options?
BCBS ADVOCATE: To make a payment you can log into your Blue Access for Members account and use your debit card to make a payment. You then click on the Billing and Payments section to begin your payment.
JOSEPH: Okay, that's convenient. What if I want to use cash or a money order instead? Is that possible?
BCBS ADVOCATE: Both are accepted. If you're using a money order make it out to Blue Cross and Blue Shield. You can also use a MoneyGram to send cash. Our website provides more information about both methods.
JOSEPH: Okay, thank you. I'll research which payment option works best for me.
BCBS ADVOCATE: Glad I could help.
SPEAKER: For more information call the number on your member ID card or visit our website at BCBSTX.com.
Good morning, If you have an individual plan you can log in to your Blue Access for Members account on our website, www.bcbstx.com, to make your premium payment. If you have a Medicare plan you will need to contact customer service at the number on your Id card to make your payment. ~ Kayla
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Hi Brenda, We have responded to your private message. ~ Kayla
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