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Stop writing checks! Stop fumbling with stamps and envelopes!
Stop late payments! Stop paying service charges!

Wayne Mutual Insurance now offers a simplified way to pay your insurance bill: Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT).

Here’s how it works:

With EFT, Wayne Mutual will draw payments directly from your checking, savings or credit union account every month. Your insurance bill is automatically paid on time, conveniently and with no hassle.

Here’s what you save:

Save Time!  No more writing checks and dropping them in the mail.
Save Money!  If you pay with EFT, you will not have to pay any service charges.
Save Worry!  No more forgotten payments, late payments or risk of cancellation.

Here’s how to get started:

Simply open and print and fill out the form below, attach a voided blank check or a savings account deposit slip and send it to your Wayne Mutual agent or directly to us.

Wayne Mutual EFT Registration Form

This site provides documents and literature for download which use the Adobe Acrobat PDF format. You may download the Acrobat Reader which is required to view these documents.

Here are answers to other questions you may have:

What if my premium amount changes?

If your policy premium changes due to any changes you request, we will send you a statement indicating the revised amount to be withdrawn from your account.

Can I discontinue EFT?

Yes. To discontinue your participation in the EFT program, send written notice to your Wayne Insurance Group agent at least 30 days prior to the date you wish to discontinue EFT payments.

Is EFT available for quarterly, semi-annual or annual payments?

At this time, EFT is only available for monthly payments.

Is EFT available for “client bill” policies (multiple policies on a single billing statement)?

At this time, EFT is not available for “client bill” policies. If you are on client bill and want to switch to EFT, we can either cancel and rewrite your policies as direct bill or wait until the policies renew to switch to EFT.

Is EFT available if my policy is paid by a mortgagee?

If your policy premium is paid by your mortgagee, or if the premium is to become mortgagee-billed from your escrow account at the next renewal of your policy, EFT is not available.

What if my bank account changes?

If you change banks or change accounts, you will need to update your EFT enrollment form. Please contact your Wayne Mutual agent.

Still have questions? If so, contact your Wayne Mutual agent.
To locate your agent, visit our Find an Agent page.

 

 

 
       
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