Overdue Payment Reminder Letter



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Sample letter Past due premium payment reminder for Oregon customers Subject: premium payment reminder This is a final reminder that we have not yet received your payment.. o Members may receive the following automatic notifications by mail: Termination Letter, a Certificate of Coverage indicating coverage has ended, and/or an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) indicating claims have been denied (and then reprocessed upon reinstatement)..

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