No. Your initial COBRA enrollment cannot be honored without your written approval. This is for your protection.
Please allow 24 hours for routing of your paperwork to the correct department. If you wish to confirm receipt of a document or a payment please contact us by phone (1-877-747-4141) or email (email@example.com).
If you are enrolled in the Continuon Services Auto-Pay you will need to provide us with a written request to stop your auto-pay at least five business days before the first of the month. Failure to notify us in a timely manner will result in an 8 – 10 week waiting period for a refund.
If you are enrolled in the Continuon Services Auto-Pay you will need to provide us with a written request to stop your auto-pay and terminate your coverage at least five business days before the first of the month. If you are not enrolled in auto-pay, simply stop making payments to Continuon Services and we will terminate you naturally.
We need both your COBRA summary and election form and your initial payment in order to complete your enrollment. If one of those items are missing your enrollment will be pended until the item is received.
In most cases, no, you will not get new cards. Please retain your current cards, they will be reactivated once your reinstatement is complete.
ATTN:COBRA Department 1350 Spring Street Suite 475 Atlanta, GA 30309
You can pay for cobra by three ways. Over the Phone, Online, or by mail. If you wish to mail: please submit check or money order to Cobra Department at Continuon Services, LLC at 1350 Spring Street Suite 475, Atlanta GA 30309. If you wish to pay online you can do it in either two ways by credit card or by bank draft. If you choose to do so, please go to The Cobra Page and select Make a COBRA Payment on the right.
During your initial election period you have 45 days to make your first payment. On an ongoing monthly basis your payment is due at the first of the month for the month that you are paying for, with a grace period of 30 days.
Qualified beneficiaries must be given an election period during which each qualified beneficiary may choose whether to elect COBRA coverage. Each qualified beneficiary may independently elect COBRA coverage. A covered employee or the covered employee's spouse may elect COBRA coverage on behalf of all other qualified beneficiaries. A parent or legal guardian may elect on behalf of a minor child. Qualified beneficiaries must be given at least 60 days for the election. This period is measured from the later of the coverage loss date or the date the COBRA election notice is provided by the employer or plan administrator.