Several CalPERS long term care insurance (LTCI) policyholders have contacted us about a letter indicating their premiums have not been received and are past due. We understand that this may affect an unknown number of CalPERs LTCI policyholders. Apparently CalPERS failed to include the November LTCI premium increase in deductions for pension or employee checks.
If you received a letter like the one below, contact customer service immediately to verify that your premiums have been received and credited to your policy number.
Read our other CalPERS LTCI updates below:
- CalPERS Long-Term Care Update #8 – Background & Next Steps
- CalPERS Update #7: Investigation into CalPERS Long-Term Care Insurance Program
- CalPERS Update #6: CalPERS Opts Out of Settlement
- CalPERS Update #5: Settlement Decision Deadline is January 28, 2022
- CalPERS Long Term Care Update #4: Replacement Coverage Deadline Extended
- CalPERS Long Term Care Insurance Class Action Update #3 (Oct 2021)
- Update #2 on CalPERS Settlement & Premium Increase
- CalPERS Update: Premium Increases & Class Action Settlement Are Not Related