11 March 2015



The payment under your policy/ies will be to be credited, directly to your Bank account through
electronic mode of payment only. For this purpose, we require your bank details for making the policy

payment through NEFT (National Electronic Fund Transfer). The details of NEFT are described below.

You are requested to submit the NEFT mandate along with necessary enclosures to settle the payment
under your policy through NEFT. Kindly note, it is not possible for us to settle the policy payment in any other mode of payment like cheque.

1. What is a NEFT ?

It is a nationwide system that facilitates to transfer a fund from one account of any bank branch to
another account of any bank branch. This system is operated by Reserve Bank of India. For
transfer of funds the participating banks have to be NEFT enabled. At present around 74000
Banks all over India are participating under NEFT system. For details please refer to RBI website
on http://www.rbi.org.in/scripts/neft.aspx

2. Advantages of NEFT system for LIC Policy holders / Annuitants :

a) The policy holder / claimant will get the credit in his own account on the due date of payment
irrespective of the location of his bank.

b) NEFT will ensure speedier and secure mode of payment.

c) There will be no extra charges to the policy holders / claimant.

d) SMS and E-mail alerts may also be provided wherever the policy payment is made to the
policyholder/ claimants’ account through NEFT.

e) Each payment from LIC through NEFT will create one UTR(Unique Transaction Reference)
number. If there is any problem in credit to the account, policy holders / claimant can confirm
from their bank by quoting this UTR no. In other words it is easy to track a transaction of
NEFT, using UTR number.

3. Important information to the Policy holder / claimants opting for NEFT :

a) All the items mentioned in the enclosed mandate form should be filled correctly. This
mandate can be used for 6 different policy numbers of the same policyholder..

b) The completed mandate for NEFT should be sent to our Branch, servicing at least one of the
policies, listed in the mandate.

c) The policy holder / claimant should also submit either a cancelled blank cheque leaf or the
photo copy of the page of the passbook / cheque book where details of the Bank account are

d) If within two days of the due date, the amount is not credited to your Bank Account, then you
may contact the branch where you have submitted the NEFT mandate.

e) The account of the policy holder / annuitant should be operational at the time of receipt of
policy payment.

f) Before submitting the mandate form, the policyholder/ claimant should confirm from his bank
that it is NEFT enabled.

g) Policy holder’s/ claimants’ name under the policy should match with that of Bank A/c, else it
is likely to be rejected.

h) NRI accounts are guided by FEMA regulations; LIC has decided not to include NRI accounts

for fund transfer. So policy holders / annuitants are requested not to submit their NRI account

i) After submission of NEFT details, if there is any change in bank details then fresh mandate
form will have to be submitted.

j) If you are getting the annuity payments through ECS mode from our IPP cells, you may opt
for payment by NEFT by submitting the mandate or continue to receive the annuity payment
in the existing ECS mode.

Click for LIC individual policy NEFT mandate: 

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