Thank You for Choosing to Pay Your Premium Online
This portal allows Fudge Insurance to deliver your insurance premium payments to your insurance company. The payment will be processed within two business days.
On-line payments can be made by e-check. There is no fee for paying by e-check. You will be completing this transaction through a secure site that encrypts all information during transmission.
Completion of a payment is contingent upon the authorization of payment by your bank and acceptance of your payment by the insurance company. Click here to pay by e-check.
Credit card payments. Many of our insurance company partners will accept credit card payments on their websites. Call Us if you have trouble with the company website, don’t want to mess with the website, need to ask us a question, or feel more comfortable paying on the phone rather than online. We will be delighted to help you with a credit card payment. (We have removed the credit card option from this page to save you from having to pay a third party site fee.) If you are worried about payment fraud when you pay online, you may want to look at sites like sift.com to help you with your peace of mind when paying. Many consumers will also be glad to know that most companies accepting credit card payments are usually safe. A lot of companies now make use of security software from TokenEx (https://www.tokenex.com/products/credit-card-tokenization) to allow them to make consumer credit card details unreadable. This means that, in the event of a data breach, credit card details will not be able to be used. This should ease some of the worry that some people may be feeling when using their credit cards online. Obviously, it’s important to be wary of websites that may not look as safe as others, but most websites are safe. Companies should be willing to accept other payments too, especially if the customer is not keen to use the online payment method. In addition, other credit card problems could be the incurance of debt and in this case it is important to visit Atlantic Union Bank or your specific bank to find out how much debt you owe to the bank. In all these cases it is vital that you seek legal help in trying to avoid any serious damage from these kinds of incidents.