(Serviced by Customer Service)
You can drop cheques and demand drafts drawn in favour of HDFC SLIC into any of our drop boxes installed at various location in various cities.
Please mention your policy number and name correctly on the reverse side of the cheque/ demand draft.
No changes/ corrections should be carried out on the cheque. (the only exception being alteration in the date, which needs to be countersigned). For any change in the payee's name, amount in figures or amount in words, etc, a fresh cheque is to be issued.
For other policies you can pay using either Local /Outstation cheques or Demand Drafts( Outstation Cheques will be accepted only on or before the premium due date)
For Unit Linked Polices you can pay using Local Cheques/Outstation cheques/Demand Drafts( Outstation Cheques will be accepted only on or before the premium due date).
As per RBI guidelines, Non MICR Cheques may not be acceptable at few locations.
For Unit linked plans, the applicable NAV will be determined by the day and time when HDFC Life receives the payment. Details as given in policy document.
Toll Free - MTNL/BSNL
1800 228 228
Toll Free - Any Phone
1800 209 7777
SERVICE to 5676727
Consult a Financial Consultant and solve your doubts or queries
Toll Free (BSNL/MTNL):1800 227 227LOCAL CALL:6000 9191
Toll Free :1800 228 228 (BSNL/MTNL) /1800 209 7777
HDFC Life Insurance is a leading player amongst the private life insurance policy providers in India. We offer all types of life insurance plans such as term insurance plan, health plans, pension plans for retirement planning, child insurance plan/policy, child education plans, ULIPs, saving and investment planning plans. These policies also help in tax planning. Most of these HDFC Life insurance policies are available online and users can buy online HDFC Life Insurance Plans.
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