The Missouri Association of Insurance Agents endorses ePayPolicy

Missouri Association of Insurance Agents endorses ePayPolicy

AUSTIN, Texas, October 8, 2019 – The Missouri Association of Insurance Agents (MAIA) has named ePayPolicy as its preferred provider for electronic payment processing. The endorsement means MAIA members will have access to an industry-exclusive platform to  accept credit card and ACH payments online, with transaction fees passed on to the payer. This endorsement brings the number of state insurance associations recommending ePayPolicy as the preferred payment processor to over 28!

ePayPolicy co-founder Todd Sorrel commented: “We developed ePayPolicy with the needs of independent agents/brokers in mind. It’s validating that MAIA shares our goal of bringing InsurTech solutions to Missouri’s independent agents. MAIA members looking to offer online payment convenience to their clients, speed up receivables and bind policies faster have a true partner in ePayPolicy.”

Said Matt Barton, MAIA CEO: “We may be the oldest insurance association in the state, but MAIA is dedicated to offering the most modern tools and resources to help our members thrive in today’s market.  We set out to find a payment processing vendor that understands the unique needs of independent agents. ePayPolicy meets and exceeds our criteria. We recommend ePayPolicy because it’s easy to use and has no merchant account, long-term contracts or hidden fees. It is secure and compliant. And we know our members’ clients want this convenience.”

Concluded Sorrell: “We’re ready, willing and eager to prove our worth to agents in the Show-Me State. Based on the feedback we’re getting from other states, we’re confident MAIA members will see a real difference in their efficiency, their client engagement and their bottom lines.”

About Missouri Association of Insurance Agents
Missouri Association of Insurance Agents is the oldest and largest association of insurance agents in the state of Missouri. The association was established in 1899 in St. Louis. “Independent” insurance agents and brokers offer their clients the products of more than one insurance company.

MAIA educates, informs, promotes and advocates for independent agents and their clients, encourages networking, high standards, and works to perpetuate the independent agency system. 

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About ePayPolicy
ePayPolicy is the simplest way to collect digital insurance payments. Austin, Texas-based ePayPolicy is the nation’s foremost provider of payment processing developed exclusively for independent agencies, brokers/MGAs and premium finance agencies.  The company’s  innovative electronic payment processing portal enables clients to accept credit card or ACH without messy merchant accounts or hidden fees.  ePayPolicy sets up quickly, integrates seamlessly with leading management systems, and is endorsed by independent insurance associations nationwide. 

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The company’s annual InsurTech Agency Award recognizes independent insurance agencies/brokerages for leveraging technology to enhance their sales, marketing, and customer service. Details and call for entry are at


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