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health insurance - orange inpayment slip

Hi!!

anyone here has a frontalier health insurance and made payments using the online bank transfer??

what do you send as proof of payment to your insurance? the "Payment detail" or the "Transition detail" ??

i usually pay this in la poste office and send back the orange inpayment slip with the la poste stamp on it, now with the bank transfer I am not sure. anyone made this already?

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Re: health insurance - orange inpayment slip

I can't speak specifically for Frontalier health insurance, but at least with Swiss health insurance, I've never needed to submit proof-of-payment. I've just forwarded along the original bill (minus any inpayment slips) and that's been all that is required.

Having said that, at least with PostFinance, it's possible to get a payment confirmation within eBanking. You could see if a similar facility is available at your bank and use that.
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I can't speak specifically for Frontalier health insurance, but at least with Swiss health insurance, I've never needed to submit proof-of-payment. I've just forwarded along the original bill (minus any inpayment slips) and that's been all that is required.

Having said that, at least with PostFinance, it's possible to get a payment confirmation within eBanking. You could see if a similar facility is available at your bank and use that.

Just confirmed with them by phone, apparently for the frontalier insurance (french insurance for frontaliers - mma) I just need to send them the detailed "Justificatif de remboursement"
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