Below are the terms and conditions for the payment service provided by Thrivent Financial for Lutherans and any applicable affiliates or subsidiaries.Please print a copy of these terms and conditions and keep it on file.
The following terms and conditions (the “Terms and Conditions”), as well as any provisions of your contract or account and, if applicable, prospectus, govern your use of Thrivent’s payment service.The terms of your contract, account, or prospectus shall control to the extent that any term or provision of these Terms and Conditions conflicts with such term or provision.The payment or contribution to your contract or account and the transactions carried out through the Thrivent Payment Service are governed solely by these Terms and Conditions, your contract or account, and any applicable prospectus. These Terms and Conditions supersede any prior oral or written agreements with regard to the subjects covered by these Terms and Conditions.
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My Thrivent FAQs
Payments , billing & purchases. How do I pay a bill or make a payment ? You may pay online , by phone, by check or from another Thrivent product.
Make Payments on Thrivent.com
When you log in to your account, you can view payment activity and make one-time online payments for: • Traditional, universal and variable universal life …
How do I pay my Thrivent bill?
Any bill payment, purchase, or donation made to Thrivent Financial for Lutherans and its relevant affiliates and subsidiaries is referred to as a “payment.”The financial institution account from which your payments will be made is referred to as the “Payment Account.”
What is Thrivent payment?
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Up until the middle of the 1960s, membership was restricted to Missouri Synod members and other Lutherans who were in fellowship with the organization.The association had 792,000 members in the late 1960s, and there were approximately 12 million members in 5,019 branches in 1978