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WhatsApp Facility for Health and Travel Claims!



Technology meets Customer Experience

WhatsApp messenger is widely used medium of communication among all age groups and locations in India. This messenger is now being used to receive deficient health and travel claim documents –which are not required in originals, for processing of claims.

Customer can simply send clear photographs/scanned copies of their deficient claim documents to BAGIC

For Health Claims:  +918600047615
List of admissible documents

  • Duly filled and signed NEFT Form
  • Pre printed cancelled Cheque leaf/1st page of Bank Passbook/Bank Statement
  • Duly Signed KYC form with AML (Anti Money laundering) documents e.g. Pan Card, Electricity bill etc.
  • Supporting medical certificate from treating doctor; Attested copies of Indoor case papers.
  • Attested copy of First Information Report(FIR)/Medico Legal Certificate(MLC)
  • Investigation reports supporting the diagnosis
  • Itemized breakup of costs
  • Attested copy of Hospital registration certificate.
  • Settlement letter from other insurers

For Travel Claims:

List of admissible documents

  • All claim documents except original paid receipts for hospitalization.

Your document will be acknowledged instantly!

How to Do It


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