I wish I could send you directly to a website with a secure registration option, all online. But it does not exist at this stage. Instead, you need to fill out a paper registration form and 6. Send a completed authorization form for pre-authorized payments [PDF, 117 KB] (SF-5510) to: • Basic information such as current address and phone number • Banking information • An invalid check if you are using a checking account • Your signature on the form You can also go to your local Medicare/Social Security office and make an appointment to submit your office information. If you are already registered for Easy Pay but want to change, this is also the address to which you send the same form. Simply add the changes you want to make in the same form you would have sent for the new Easy Pay registration. Send completed forms and void cheques to the following address If you are in the railway, your options are different. You must send your payments by mail or set up a “Bill Pay” option with your bank to allow it to send the money each month to this address: RRB, Medicare Premium PaymentsPO Box 979024st. Louis, MO 63197-9000If you retire with Railroad Retirement, please read here our information about your benefits and decisions with Medicare. After you sign up for Medicare Easy Pay by submitting your application for registration, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) takes 6 to 8 weeks to process your application. Remember that it is important to pay all premiums charged in the meantime. When you`re set up, CMS will send you a monthly bill called the Medicare Premium Bill each month. However, this is only for your reference, and you don`t have to pay for it if you`re set up for Easy Pay, since it`s now deducted monthly from your account.
CMS has a graphic that helps you read this document here. Medicare.gov also said that premiums usually come from your checking or savings account around the 20 of the month. Centers for Medicare &Medicaid Services Premium Collection Center P.O. Box 979098 St. Louis, MO 63197-9000 Medicare Easy Pay is the automatic payment system set up by CMS to pay your Medicare premiums. CMS (The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) offers Medicare Easy Pay for Parts A and B of premium payments from a checking or savings account. (Most people receive Part A for free, so people usually only use easy pay for Part B premiums.) If you sign up for Easy Pay, your premiums will be automatically deducted from the account you have indicated. • Treatment can take up to 6-8 weeks. • Payments are usually deducted on the 20 of each month. • Payments are read on your account statement as “Automatic Clearing House (ACH)”. . .