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New Mailing Address for Submitting LAMMICO Premium Payments

July 06, 2022

New Mailing Address for Submitting LAMMICO Premium Payments
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Effective July 1, 2022, the address for submitting payments in full for LAMMICO invoices changed. If you usually pay by mailing a check, please update your accounts payable records. The new mailing address for LAMMICO payments is: 

LAMMICO Lockbox
P.O. Box 669395
Dallas, TX 75266-9395

Your invoice stub must be returned with payment. Individual and group policy payments can be mailed to this address. If you mail payments to the old address, it could delay LAMMICO’s receipt of your payment.

Payments to LAMMICO RRG are not impacted by this address change. Please do not mail RRG payments to this new address.

Pay Online Instead of Mailing a Check

In 2021, LAMMICO selected Imperial PFS (IPFS) as our online payment solution. IPFS services, including online payment via ACH (bank account) or credit card*, became available at your renewal. IPFS offers the flexibility to pay premiums in full or select a payment plan in one convenient portal, IPFS TotalPay™.

Accessing IPFS Services

IPFS services became available at your renewal. To access the services, you or your practice manager/designated billing contact must be registered as a Member on lammico.com before your renewal invoice is generated (approximately 30 days before your renewal month). To register as a Member, go to lammico.com/registration. You will need your LAMMICO policy number, found on your Certificate of Insurance.    

You can then access premium financing and online payment through IPFS by logging in as a Member at lammico.com/login and selecting “Online Payment” in the drop-down menu under your name. There you can also view your invoice balance due.  

To learn more about the benefits of using IPFS, visit lammico.com/IPFS.

*Fees apply.

LAMMICO will continue to accept payment in full by check mailed to the updated lockbox address above or delivered to LAMMICO. Insureds electing installment plans, including the standard 2-pay, will need to finance through IPFS. 
 


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