Every family’s financial situation is unique. Some may have a loved one who preplanned their funeral and won’t need to worry about funeral costs. On the other hand, some families experience sudden losses and don’t have the financial means to pay for their loved one’s funeral upfront.
That’s why it’s so important for funeral homes to offer families multiple ways to pay for their loved one’s funeral expenses. By providing flexible payment options, families can focus on their grief journey while your funeral home still gets paid.
Below I’ll go into further detail about how Tribute Pay benefits both your funeral home and the families you serve.
What is Tribute Pay?
First things first, let’s go over what Tribute Pay is. It’s an all-in-one funeral payment platform that gives families many ways to pay. They can choose to pay with a credit card, eCheck, loan, crowdfunding campaign, or life insurance assignment.
This entire payment platform comes with your Frazer-powered website. So, families can pay directly on your funeral home’s website.
You Stay Competitive
If you can’t offer multiple ways to finance a funeral, families who are struggling financially will move onto a different funeral home with more options. By offering flexible payment options, it shows that your funeral home is committed to customer service.
You Save Time
When families choose to use Tribute Insurance Assignments, our team handles most of the paperwork and other tedious tasks your funeral home is normally stuck doing. We know how precious time is for busy funeral directors!
You Get Paid Right Away
When families use Tribute Pay, your funeral home gets paid right away. This way you don’t need to reach out to families about payment and can continue doing what you do best, serving your families.
Families Feel Accommodated
Overall, what matters the most is how you make families feel while serving them. Families want a funeral home that shows compassion and empathy in their time of need. With Tribute Pay, you’re showing them you care about their financial wellbeing.
Families Can Begin to Heal
For many families, with the death of a loved one comes a lot of stress, much of which is due to financial constraints. Make funeral planning a peaceful and meaningful experience for families by making paying for it easier.