PassportCard enables payments

Monday 21 June 2021 12:55 CET | News

UK-based health insurance provider PassportCard has announced enabling payments for medical treatments abroad using an app. 

This will allow customers to pay for treatments without advance payments or application forms. According to a PassportCard representative, the insured users can pay medical bills and expenses directly and the costs are transferred to their PassportCard, which works like a credit card.

The app also regulates access to the users account and facilitates customer data management. The company works in partnership with Allianz, AWP Health and Life SA and is controlled by the White Mountains Insurance Group and DavidShield Holdings.

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Keywords: product launch, payment processing, mobile payments, credit card
Categories: Payments & Commerce
Countries: United Kingdom
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Payments & Commerce