Are you an employee, policyholder, or associate/agent or coordinator of Aflac? If yes, then they have designed an online account, called myAflac Account, that you can use the important policy information from anywhere, round the clock. In this guide, we will show you how you can log in to this online account to perform different activities, like managing your policy information, viewing policy details, knowing how to claim, viewing claim history, and more.
Steps to Access MyAflac Account
Now, let’s see the different steps that you need to perform as a policyholder, employee, or associates/agents and coordinates to get access to your online account:
- Visit the link: www.myaflac.com on whatever web browser you use. You can use whatever web browser you normally use on your computer.
- Here on this page, you can see the login options, like “User Name” and “Password”. These are the two blank fields where you need to input your username and password followed by clicking the “Login Now” option that is available just below the “Password” field.
Now you will be logged in to your online account from where you can access all of its features, anytime.
If myAflac is not available, then you can use the corresponding link that is available below the “Login Now” option. New associates can click the “New associates click here” link that you can see on the right-hand side of the page. In case you have forgotten the password or you need help logging in, and then you can also take assistance from the right-hand side of the same page.
After registering for the online services, you will get an email having confirmation link. You are supposed to click that link for the activation of your account. You will not be able to access your account if you have not clicked that confirmation link in the email.
Associates/Agents and Coordinates
Enter the 1st part of your Aflac email address as the Username. For instance, james_doe is the username for the email address: email@example.com.
If you are an employee, then you should use the username (V-number, E-number, or SSN) and the password that you usually use for logging in to the network.