Enroll in electronic payments

Getting started

For your convenience, Zurich is pleased to offer electronic payment options.

To enroll, you will need:

  • U.S. tax ID number (e.g. SSN or EIN)
  • Bank account in the US
  • Active email address

Claimants, insureds or vendors

If you are a claimant, insured or vendor and wish to receive payments electronically from Zurich, click on the "Non-medical provider" link to enroll.

Payment option:

  • Direct deposit
Non-medical provider enrollment

Medical providers

If you are a medical provider who provides medical treatments to workers’ compensation and occupational accident claimants and submits medical bills to Zurich, click on the "Medical provider" link to enroll.

Payment options:

  • Direct deposit
  • Single use virtual credit card
Medical provider enrollment

Questions?

Please review our frequently asked questions (FAQ).

If you still have questions or need assistance,  our Call Center Support is available Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. CT at 866-892-7299.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

What is a U.S. tax ID number?

If you are registering as an individual, use your Social Security Number (SSN). If you are registering on behalf of a business, use your Employer Identification Number (EIN).

How will I know when an electronic payment has been issued?

You will receive an email to the email address you specified when enrolling.

What if I want to update my payment preferences?

To update your payment preferences, simply sign into your account. You can opt out of electronic payments at any time by setting your payment preference to paper check.

For direct deposit only: To deposit funds into a different bank account, you can update your bank account information at any time.  Please note that it will typically take two days before payments will be directed to your new bank account.

How many accounts can I use to receive direct deposit payments?

Zurich can only send electronic payments to one bank account per tax ID. If you are a business with multiple remit addresses using the same tax ID, you will have to process your payments from one location.

What is the difference between a single use virtual credit card and direct deposit?

 

Virtual Card

Direct Deposit

Security of payment

No banking information needed, virtual card sent via secured email

Banking information must be provided to Zurich

Payment reconciling

Payment is deposited when you process the card

Payments are deposited when Zurich issues payment

Fees

Merchant fees apply

None