Assignment of Policy
Credit Card Services
Extension of Medical Rider Coverage up to Age 99 Years
Goods and Services Tax (GST)
Increase of Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) Limit up to RM10 million per life
Portfolio Withdrawal Condition
Removal of Overall Lifetime Limit for SmartMedic Xtra and SmartMedic Xtra 99
Updating of New (12-digit) Identity Card Number/Latest Passport Details/Other Personal Details
What is an Absolute Assignment?
It is the transfer of ownership of a life assurance policy to a separate entity [assignee]. The assignee becomes the new policy owner and the assignor has no further rights thereunder. However, premiums continue to be payable by the Payer.
What is Conditional Assignment?
It is the transfer of ownership of a life assurance policy to a separate entity [assignee] upon the death of the life assured. However, all the rights will be reverted back to the assignor if the assignee dies before the payment of the policy money becomes due or if the life assured survives till the maturity date of an endowment policy. The consent of the Conditional Assignee is required for further dealings under this policy.
What is Easi-Pay Service?
The Easi-Pay Service is a facility for standing instruction of payment of premiums via Visa/Mastercard.
How do I apply for the Credit Card Service?
You will have to complete the Easi-Pay Service Application form and submit it to us at least 2 weeks before the premium due date.
Can I repay my Automatic Premium Loan via credit card?
Yes, you may settle any outstanding Automatic Premium Loan by selecting the first option on the Easi-Pay Service Form.
Is there any additional charges for this service?
No, there are no additional charges for premiums paid via this facility.
Is there any receipts issued for payments made via this service?
There is no receipt issued. You are advised to check your monthly credit card statement. However, if a payment is not successfully deducted, a letter will be sent to the policy owner.
Can I use my uncle's credit card to pay for my premiums?
No. This facility is only applicable if you are the card holder or if the card holder is your spouse, child, parents or siblings.
How do I cancel the service?
You will need to inform us in writing in order for us to cancel this service.
Which type of payment is eligible to pay via e-PAY?
Policyholder can make payment for the below payment type:-
However, only eligible payment type will be allowed to make payment according to your policy status.
Where to access to e-PAY?
Policyholder can access e-PAY via e-Connect. However, policyholder need to register as e-Connect user first.
How to register as e-Connect user?
Policyholder can follow e-Connect guide, please refer to:
Can policyholder use debit card to make payment to Great Eastern via e-PAY?
Yes. Policyholder may use credit or local banks’ debit card issued by Visa or MasterCard.
For Debit card users, policyholder are encouraged to contact the card issuing bank to opt in eCommerce transactions before start using e-PAY should the Policy holder wish to use the debit card for recurring billings.
Can policyholder use foreign bank debit card to make payment to Great Eastern via e-PAY?
No. e-PAY only accept bank debit card issued by Visa or MasterCard in Malaysia only.
Can policyholder use foreign bank credit card to make payment to Great Eastern via e-PAY?
Yes. However, this is only for credit card with 3D Secure.
What is 3D Secure Service?
3D Secure service requires an additional security layer and authentication step for online card transactions. This service is to safeguard against the risk of fraudulent transactions by requesting cardholders to provide the One Time Password (OTP) in order to process the online transactions.
This service is provided by Visa and MasterCard under the name of “Verified by Visa” and “MasterCard SecureCode.”
Can policyholder use e-PAY to pay all Great Eastern policies?
Currently, e-PAY is only applicable for Life insurance policy and Bancassurance (BANCA) policies.
Can policyholder use family member’s credit card/ debit card to make payment to Great Eastern via e-PAY?
Yes. However it’s subject to cardholder relationship as below:-
When policyholder made payment via e-PAY, what is the purpose to complete the payer’s name, mobile number and email address? Is this going to replace the information in my policy?
This information will only be used to send email and SMS for payment confirmation and the information given will not supersede to the existing contact details in Great Eastern.
How does policyholder know if the payment is successful updated?
Payment confirmation will be sent via SMS and email to the cardholder/payer.
Alternatively, policyholder also can check the payment details via e-Connect as follows:-
Can policyholder request a copy of payment confirmation which sent via email or SMS to the cardholder / payer?
Payment confirmation will be triggered only one time via SMS and email to the cardholder/payer.
Alternatively, policyholders may check the payment details via e-Connect as follows:-
Are there any receipts issued for payment via e-PAY?
No receipts will be issued for payment made via e-PAY. However, policyholder may refer to the payment confirmation sent via SMS and email.
Alternatively, policyholders able to view payment details in e-Connect as follows:-
Can policyholder register the credit card/debit card for recurring billing via e-PAY?
Yes, when policyholder made payment via e-PAY, they can opt to use the same card for future recurring payment.
What if policyholder registered recurring payment via e-PAY and now he/she wants to change to another card for recurring?
Policyholder can perform change payment method under “My Service Request” in e-Connect to update the new card details as follows:-
What if policyholder did not receive the SMS notification for One Time Password (OTP) while making payment via e-PAY?
Policyholder may contact with card issuing bank as OTP SMS will be triggered by the respective issuing bank to the registered mobile number with the bank.
What if policyholder would like to know the reason(s) of unsuccessful payment transaction?
Policyholder can check with card issuing bank on the unsuccessful reason.
How many attempts can policyholder try if the payment is unsuccessful?
Policyholder will be given 3 attempts to make payments.
When will the payment be updated after e-PAY transaction successfully performed?
Upon successful transaction, payment will be updated immediately.
Can policyholder pay policy loan via e-PAY?
Please refer to Q1, policyholder is not allowed to pay policy loan via e-PAY.
Can policyholder pay on behalf of their family who is not an e-Connect user?
No, e-PAY can be accessed via e-Connect only. Kindly advise the policyholder to register as an e-Connect user in order for them to make payment via e-PAY for their policies.
What is e-Statement?
Insurance policy with annual statement is issued as electronic document effective from 2019 onwards. Policyholders can view and retrieve their statements online through e-Connect portal and will no longer receive the hardcopy of the statement.
What is the type of e-Statements available online in e-Connect?
How do I know my e-Statements are available in e-Connect?
You will receive an email notification to your registered email address when your statement is updated and available in e-Connect.
Can I change my registered email address?
Yes, you can update your email address online through e-Connect > My Account > View Profile or by completing the Person Changes Form (PSF01A).
How many years of my statement are available in e-Connect?
You can access up to the last 5 years statement in e-Connect under My Portfolio>e-Document.
What is the format of my e-Statement?
All e-Statements are in PDF format (Portable Document File) readable using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 5 and above).
How soon I can view my statement after I sign up for e-Connect?
You can login and view the statement immediately (if any) as the statements are already available in e-Connect.
Can I still opt for the paper statement?
No, as these statements are readily available in e-Connect. You can login at any time to download and print these statements according to your convenience.
What is this extension about?
It is part of our continuous effort to enhance customer’s medical coverage by extending the coverage of selected Investment-Linked medical rider from age 80 to age 99 years (next birthday). The campaign period is from 01 August 2018 to 31 May 2020 (both dates inclusive).
Would it be a new medical rider(s) in my policy?
Yes, the extension of Medical Rider(s) Coverage is by way of inclusion of the rider(s) listed as below, if applicable:
How do I know my policy fulfilled the conditions?
Customer’s policy information is accessible 24 x 7 through our customer online portal (e-Connect).
Upon successful registration, your temporary password will be sent via SMS to your latest registered mobile number in our record.
Note: If your mobile number is invalid, temporary password will be sent via pin mailer to your correspondence address within 2 working days.
How do I apply for this option?
Policy Processing Department
Great Eastern Life Assurance (M) Berhad
Menara Great Eastern
303 Jalan Ampang
50450 Kuala Lumpur
How long does it take to process my application?
Your application will be processed within 2 months from your submission date or policy’s Basic Plan anniversary date, whichever is later.
How will I know whether my application has been successfully processed?
If you have provided your email address in the form, you will receive an email notification when your application is processed and the electronic copy of your Endorsement for this extension of medical rider is ready and available in the customer portal, e-Connect.
Please register as an e-Connect user at https://econnect-my.greateasternlife.com to view or download the Endorsement.
Do I need to increase my insurance premium for this extension?
No, you are not required to increase your current insurance premium.
Will this application affects my policy’s Total Investment Value?
The insurance charges for this extension of medical coverage rider will be deducted from your policy’s Total Investment Value starting from the policy anniversary date when you reach age 80 years next birthday.
In view of the increased insurance charges in the later years, it is advisable to perform single premium top-up or increase regular premium to enhance the sustainability of the policy’s Total Investment Value. This is to ensure the Total Investment Value is sufficient to cover all future insurance charges until the end of the covered period.
Can I cancel my medical rider extension?
Yes, you may cancel the medical rider by completing the Request For Contractual Changes (PSF01) form.
Can I submit the request after the campaign period?
After the campaign period, you can still request for an extension of the medical coverage by completing the Application For Inclusion / Conversion / Alteration of Assurance (PSF02) form. However, this request will be subjected to the normal considerations and underwriting.
What are the benefits of e-payment?
Will my personal data be safe and remain confidential?
Your banking information will be used solely for the purpose of e-payment service.
All your personal information is governed by Financial Services Act 2013 (FSA 2013) and Personal Data Protection Act 2010 (PDPA).
How do I apply to receive funds via e-payment?
You have to complete and submit to Great Eastern the Direct Credit Facility Form. (Click here to download/print the form).
What type of banking account is eligible for e-payment?
Saving or Current accounts with MEPS Inter-Bank GIRO (IBG) service where you are the primary account holder.
This e-payment service is not available for overseas bank accounts and any joint account where you are not the primary account holder.
For the latest participating banks for e-payment, please visit http://www.paynet.my/interbank-GIRO/banks-tpa.html
When will my bank account be credited?
Upon approval of your policy transaction, payment will be credited to your account between 2-3 working days subject to successful bank transfer.
Will I be notified when the fund is credited successfully into my account?
Yes, you will receive email notification upon successful crediting of funds into your bank account, provided you have given your email address to Great Eastern Life for e-payment notification.
What happens if my e-payment transaction is not successful?
If your e-payment transaction is not successful, Great Eastern Life reserves the right to make payment via another e-payment attempt or via cheque. Reasons for unsuccessful credit to your bank account can be due to invalid bank account number, closed or inactive bank account, different identification number, or if you are not the primary bank account holder. Therefore, kindly ensure that your banking information submitted to Great Eastern Life is correct and up-to-date.
Do I need to apply for e-payment every time I made a transaction with Great Eastern Life?
No. You are only required to apply once for this facility. Your banking information will be used for all fund transfer transactions for the same policy(ies) in the future; and shall continue to be used until you inform to revoke your instructions for this e-payment facility or you have provided Great Eastern Life with new banking information.
What are the e-payment channels available for payment make to Great Eastern Life?
What & How does it work
Credit Card / Debit Card - Visa & Master
Direct Debit from Bank Account GIRO (limited to participating banks)
Internet Banking (limited to participating banks)
Does Great Eastern Life issue any receipt for the payment through all the above direct debit channels?
No receipts will be issued for payment made via direct debit. The account holder must refer to their own bank / credit card statement for confirmation of successful debiting or payment to the Company.
Should you require further enquiries or clarification, contact our Customer Service Care at 1300-1300 88 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Within 15 days after receiving the policy contract, you may cancel and return the policy to the Company for refund of premium subject to the policy’s Free Look cancellation terms and conditions.
Please note that the 15 days period is based on the date Company received the policy contract or the postal date if by registered post. For example, policy owner has acknowledged receipt of the policy on 15th January, but thereafter decides to cancel the policy. The request to cancel the policy must reach the company latest by 30th January.
Goods and Services Tax (GST)
Can I pay my premium due on 01/05/2018 in June to enjoy the 0% GST since I have 30 days grace period?
Yes, you can pay your premium in June but it is still subject to GST apportionment*. The revision of GST is subject to the transitional rules under Section 66 of the GST Act 2014 (“GST Act”).
Premium Due Date
|Before 1 June||On/after 1 June|
Up to 31st May 2018
GST still applicable and payable.
Subject to GST apportionment
1st June 2018 onwards
If payment is inclusive of GST -> No refund.
|If payment is inclusive of GST ->To refund GST as excess payment under Suspense.|
I have an Investment-Linked policy and the premium is due on 15/06/2018. Do I pay the premium without the 6% GST?
Unlike Traditional policy, Investment-Linked policy’s premium does not include GST thus the same amount is payable. The GST 6% is only applicable to the monthly policy fee and insurance charges for non-life coverage (i.e. medical & health, personal accident, critical illness without death benefit etc).
Effective 1 June 2018, we have implemented GST 0% so the monthly policy fee and insurance charges due from 1 June 2018 onwards is based on 0% GST.
(Note: The scope of non-life policies is subject to change by Royal Malaysia Customs)
My premium due date is in June 2018 but I have paid my premium in May 2018, will I receive the reimbursement of the GST charges?
No. If you have paid your premium inclusive of GST 6% before 1 June 2018, we will not refund the GST even though your premium due date is in June 2018. This is in accordance with GST transitional rules under Section 66 of the GST Act 2014 (“GST Act”).
I have paid my yearly premium due on 01/01/2018. With the revision of GST to 0%, will I get any pro-rated GST refund?
No. For premium due before 1 June 2018, there is no pro-rated GST refund. This is in accordance with GST transitional rules under Section 66 of the GST Act 2014 (“GST Act”).
For further details please refer to item 17.11 of FAQ dated 22 May 2018 released by Customs website at http://gst.customs.gov.my/en/rg/SiteAssets/FAQ_BIPDF.pdf
Why I received Premium Notice for premium due on/after 01/06/2018 is still inclusive of 6% GST?
Premium Notice is issued 30 days before the premium due date where we have yet to amend the GST rate to 0%. Therefore, if you have yet to remit your payment, please pay the premium amount without the GST 6% for premium due date on/after 1 June 2018.
Why do I still receive Tax Invoice when GST is 0%?
You will continue to receive Tax Invoice even though GST is 0% because GST is still applicable but just at 0% rate.
My policy was incepted prior to 01/06/2018 but subsequently, I have cancelled policy. Do I get my premium refund inclusive of GST paid earlier?
Yes, GST will be refunded for cancellation of policy.
Will all the policyholders’ with inforce policies with TPD benefit regardless of Commencement Date enjoy this increase of TPD limit?
Yes, the increase of TPD limit is applicable for all inforce policies (excluding Group policies) and for TPD claim event date from 06 October 2017 onwards.
Will there be any increase in my premium/insurance charges due to this increase in the TPD Limit?
There is no change to the current premium/insurance charge.
Will the enhanced RM10 million TPD benefit limit apply to existing policyholders including those who are currently receiving TPD benefit instalment?
No.This enhanced TPD benefit limit is only applicable to all existing policyholders retrospectively who have not qualified for TPD claim.
What are the options available if I wish to discontinue with the premium payments but at the same time do not lose the insurance cover?
If you opt to discontinue with the future premiums, you may consider the following few options:
What is Cash Value?
Cash value simply means a sum of cash refund payable upon surrendering a life policy.
What is APL?
APL stands for "Automatic Premium Loan". APL is typically applicable by default after your policy acquired a surrender value. It is specified in the policy contract that any amount of unpaid premium will automatically be paid through a premium loan at the end of the grace period. You would have to pay back the loan with interest. The current Automatic Premium Loan Interest Rate is 7% per annum and this interest rate is subject to change by the Company from time to time.
Can I borrow money against my life insurance policy?
If you own a whole life or an endowment insurance policy, you can take out a policy loan against the cash value that had built up in the policy. Generally, the policy will acquire cash value after being in force for three full policy years. Compound interest is chargeable on the policy loan at a rate at which the Company shall determine from time to time. Any Policy Loan outstanding will be deducted before any claims is payable. The current Policy Loan Interest Rate is 7% per annum and this interest rate is subject to change by the Company from time to time.
As for an Great Universal Life policy, you can take out a policy loan against the policy account value net of surrender charge (if any). The Policy Loan Interest Rate is the prevailing crediting rate plus 2%. This interest rate is subject to change by the Company from time to time.
When can I apply for a policy loan?
A loan is available when the policy has acquired a cash value. A policy loan based on a percentage of the gross cash value subject to deduction of outstanding loan or APL, if any can be granted. Policy loans are not available for investment-linked, HealthCare and term policies.
You can apply for loan simply by:
Upon receipt of your request, we will inform you of the loan available and the requirements. The requirements are:
Current Rate (% per annum)
Policy Loan interest
Policy Loan interest (Great Universal Life, Premier Heritage, Premier Legacy, Premier Legacy 2, Premier Legacy 3)
Prevailing crediting rate plus 2%
Automatic Premium Loan interest
Late Premium Interest (Great Universal Life)
Overdue Premium Interest (Great Flexi Wealth, MaxYield, MaxEmpower)
Overdue Premium Interest (Max Multiplier)
Note: The rates above are subject to change by the Company from time to time.
Overdue/Late Premium Interest
Overdue/Late Premium Interest as specified above is applicable and payable by the policyowner when payment of premium is made after the 30 days Grace Period.
Crediting Rate will determine the credited return which will be credited every month into the policyowner's account. The actual crediting rate is not guaranteed and will fluctuate based on the investment performance. A higher credited return may be credited if the investments have performed well and conversely, a lower or negative credited return may be credited if the investments have performed poorly. A negative crediting rate will result in a reduction of Account Value.
Crediting spread for the products below is deducted on a monthly basis from the investment return prior to the crediting of the credited return into policyowner's account.
Great Universal Life
1.3% per annum
Great Flexi Wealth
0.9% per annum
Making a nomination
The purpose of having life insurance is to ensure that your loved ones are financially protected should anything happen to you. It is then important that your loved ones can access the funds quickly by ensuring all your policies are nominated.
In case of non-Muslim policy owner, a trust will be created in favour of the nominee under the following circumstances:
However, in the case of a Muslim policy owner, a trust will be not created in the above circumstances. The nominee of a Muslim policy owner takes the policy moneys only as an executor and must distribute the moneys in accordance with Islamic laws.
What happens when there is no nomination?
Where no nomination has been made, the insurance company shall pay the policy moneys to the applicant who produces the Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration, which may take several years.
*Grant of Probate- a formal document issued by the court authorising the executor named by a deceased person in his will to administer his estate in accordance to the deceased’s will.
*Letters of Administration-a formal document issued by the court to a person to administer the estate of a deceased who did not make a will.
How do I make a nomination?
If you are 16 years old and above, you can nominate an individual(s) to receive the policy moneys in the event of your demise. Nomination can usually be done at the time of application of the life policy or at any other time, when necessary. The nomination form must be signed by a witness who is 18 years old and above, of sound mental health and who is also not your nominee.
You can nominate or make changes on your current nominee by filling up Appointment/ Changes of Nominees Form. The latest nomination will supersede all previous nominations.
What is Portfolio Withdrawal Condition?
Portfolio Withdrawal Condition is a clause that gives the right to an insurance company to stop offering the medical portfolio by giving advance written notification to policyholders, if it no longer underwrites this type of product. Any withdrawal of the medical portfolio will need to go through a due process of obtaining Bank Negara Malaysia's (BNM) approval to ensure that the policyholders' interest is protected. If Portfolio Withdrawal Condition is exercised, policyholders will be notified by company at least 30 days in advance as stipulated in the contract, thereafter company will not renew the medical plan. All benefits under this medical plan will cease to be payable from anniversary date immediately following the expiry of the 30 days advance notice.
What does the removal of the Portfolio Withdrawal Condition mean to policyholders?
With the removal of this clause, the medical policy shall continue to be renewable on each policy anniversary subject to the terms and conditions of the policy. Apart from that, all other existing benefits enjoyed by the policyholders remain unchanged.
The removal of Portfolio Withdrawal Condition is applicable for which products?
The removal is applicable for all current selling IL medical riders (on the shelf products) as listed below:
No Product Name Plan Code 1 SmartMedic U65 – U69 2 SmartMedic Enhancer U110 – U112 3 Smart Premier Health U115 – U118 4 SmartMedic Xtra U119 – U122 5 Smart Extender U130 – U139 6 Smart Extender Max U123 – U126 7 IL Hospitalisation Benefits Rider U75
U65 – U69
U110 – U112
Smart Premier Health
U115 – U118
U119 – U122
U130 – U139
Smart Extender Max
U123 – U126
IL Hospitalisation Benefits Rider
What is the effective date for the removal of the Portfolio Withdrawal Condition?
The removal is with immediate effect for all the products listed above.
What does the removal of the Overall Lifetime Limit mean to policyholders?
With the removal of the Overall Lifetime Limit, the benefits payable in respect of eligible expenses incurred for medically necessary services and/or treatments provided to the lifenassured from the risk effective date and during the lifetime of the life assured will not be subject to any Overall Lifetime Limit. In other words, there is NO LIMIT to the Overall Lifetime Limit. However, the Overall Annual Limit of the medical plan is still applicable.
The removal of Overall Lifetime Limit is applicable for which product?
The removal of Overall Lifetime Limit is applicable to the products as listed below:
SmartMedic Xtra (SMX)
U119 – U122
SmartMedic Xtra 99 (SMX-99)
V119 – V122
What is the effective date for the removal of the Overall Lifetime Limit?
The removal of Overall Lifetime Limit is with immediate effect from 03 January 2017 for all products listed in Q2 above and is applicable to all inforce and new policies.
If I have made a claim with my SmartMedic Xtra/SmartMedic Xtra 99 medical plan prior to 03 January 2017, will the removal of Overall Lifetime Limit apply to my plan?
Yes, the removal of Overall Lifetime Limit will still apply to your plan as long as your plan is still inforce. This benefit is applicable to all SmartMedic Xtra and SmartMedic Xtra 99 plans retrospectively.
Is there any increase of insurance charges for SmartMedic Xtra and SmartMedic Extra 99 due to the removal of Overall Lifetime Limit?
No. The insurance charges for SmartMedic Xtra and SmartMedic Xtra 99 remain unchanged.
I am an existing policyholder of SmartMedic Xtra/SmartMedic Xtra 99. Where can I obtain a confirmation on the removal of the Overall Lifetime Limit?
You may refer to the announcement in our Corporate Website at https://www.greateasternlife.com/my/en/personal-insurance/get-help/customerservice.html or contact your agent.
You may choose to surrender or terminate your insurance policy at any time. If your policy has acquired cash or investment value at the time of surrender or termination, you will receive the surrender value payment less indebtedness and/or other surrender charges (if applicable). Please do consult your insurance agent before you surrender or terminate your policy to ensure you and your family are sufficiently protected against unexpected financial loss or disability.
How to surrender or terminate your policy:
Contact your agent or Customer Service (email@example.com) for advice
Complete all required form(s) and prepare supporting document (if applicable)
Ensure your signature is executed in the same manner as per the Proposal Form or the latest recorded signature.
Submit the surrender/termination document to your agent or the nearest Great Eastern office.
For policy with cash or investment value, you will receive notification when the surrender payment is credited to your nominated bank account.
Note: Upon disbursement of payment, the Policy will be terminated so all benefits and rights shall cease.
Why did Great Eastern Life sent my money to the Registrar of Unclaimed Money?
If payment that is issued by Great Eastern Life is NOT cash-out or claimed by the policyholder or rightful payee within the period of ONE (1) year from the payment date, the payment will be categorized as unclaimed money.
However, Great Eastern Life will normally notify the policyholder or payee before the money is remitted to the Registrar of Unclaimed Money and after the remittance as well.
How do I claim the money from the Registrar of Unclaimed Money?
Please write-in to us by providing the following information so we can check and respond* to you on your query.
*Note: Any communication from us will be send to the last known address as stated in our record. If there is any change of address, please inform us by completing the ‘Request For Person Changes’ form to update the address. Please click here to download the form
What are the documents I need to submit to the Registrar of Unclaimed Money after receiving confirmation letter from Great Eastern Life?
You need to submit the following documents to the Registrar of Unclaimed Money:
If the policyholder has passed away and as the beneficiary of the Estate, how do I claim the money from the Registrar of Unclaimed Money?
You need to submit the following requirements to the Registrar of Unclaimed Money:
If my claim amount is very low, do I still need to provide the Certified True Copy Letter of Administration or Grant of Probate?
If the claim amount is RM 2,000.00 or less and claimant (executor or administrator) is unable to produce the Certified True Copy of Letter of Administration or Grant of Probate, please submit the following requirements to the Registrar of Unclaimed Money:
After submitting the documents to the Registrar of Unclaimed Money, who should I check with on the status of the application?
You may contact Registrar of Unclaimed Money directly at:
Pendaftar Wang Tak Dituntut
Jabatan Akauntan Negara Malaysia
Peti Surat 110
Tingkat 42 Menara Maybank
100 Jalan Tun Perak
55050 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2056 8000
Please note that the information on the submission requirement to the Registrar of Unclaimed Money is not conclusive as the Unclaimed Money authority may change their rules from time to time. Therefore, it is advisable to check with the Registrar of Unclaimed Money before any submission. For further information on unclaimed money, please refer to Jabatan Akauntan Negara website at http://www.anm.gov.my/index.php/en/khidmat/wang-tak-dituntut
What are the available options for me to update for change of personal details?
For change of address, contact number and email address, you may update the change directly online via eConnect at https://econnect-my.greateasternlife.com/econnect-new/#/login through “My Profile” page.
For other personal details update, please complete the Request for Person Changes Form and submit the form together with a certified true copy or original sighted copy of the relevant supporting documents through mail/email/fax to:
Great Eastern Life Assurance (M) Berhad
Menara Great Eastern
No 303 Jalan Ampang
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Attn: Customer Service Department
Fax: +603 4259 8198
Alternatively, you may approach your agent for assistance or visit our nearest branch office. Please ensure you bring along the original identification document.
What are the required supporting documents to update my personal details?
For update of Personal Details such as correction of name, identification number, Date of Birth, gender or change of citizenship, please submit a copy of the Birth Certificate/Identity Card/Passport (personal detail page)/Citizenship Certificate, duly certified true copy or original sighted by a person of prominent standing such as a doctor, lawyer, magistrate, Agency Manager, agent or authorised officers of the company as supporting evidence. For certification by an agent, customer’s signature on the document is required.
It is advisable to indicate ‘For GELM use only’ on the copy of identification document before submitting the document to us for processing.
Is certified true copy (CTC) of Birth Certificate required for updating of Identity Card Number (NRIC)?
No, you only need to submit the certified true copy of your new NRIC.
Is it possible to change the name of the Assured?
If the Assured’s name is different from the name that was originally stated in the Proposal Form, please submit a certified true copy or original sighted official document indicating the change of name from the relevant competent authority and the new identification document as supporting evidence. However, change of name to a different person is not allowed.
Why policyholder needs to update his/her signature?
This is to ensure we have policyholder’s latest specimen of signature for verification in the event of any future service request to amend/update policy contractual benefits.
What is the procedure for change of signature?
You may complete the Request for Person Changes Form to change/update your new signature.
If you have forgotten or are unable to execute your old signature on the form, please visit our nearest branch office for assistance.
How long does it take to process the change?
It will take approximately 5 working days from the receipt date of the documents to process the change provided all relevant documents have been duly submitted.