ESWA­TINI POST CARES FOR HER CUS­TOMERS

Swazi Observer - - ADVERTORIAL -

ESWA­TINI POST has in­tro­duced in­sur­ance ser­vices in part­ner­ship with lead­ing in­sur­ance com­pa­nies in Eswa­tini.

The in­sur­ance ser­vices are of­fered un­der Eswa­tini Post In­sur­ance that cur­rently of­fers cus­tomers two in­sur­ance prod­ucts namely: A Fu­neral Cover A Fam­ily Sup­port Ben­e­fit

FU­NERAL COV­ERS

The loss of a loved one can be an emo­tional stress on fam­ily mem­bers left be­hind.

With the high costs of fu­neral ar­range­ments, it can quickly be­come a fi­nan­cial stress as well.

Eswa­tini Post In­sur­ance Fu­neral Cover is de­signed to as­sist dur­ing these events.

You will have peace of mind know­ing that you have the best pro­tec­tion against un­fore­seen events.

The Eswa­tini Post In­sur­ance Fu­neral Cover, which is un­der­writ­ten by Lib­erty Life, has in­tro­duced Sil­ver and Gold cover plans, which in­ter­ested clients could choose from ac­cord­ing to their needs and af­ford­abil­ity.

In both cov­ers, clients can have their cover paid out in 24 hours after a six months wait­ing pe­riod.

EX­TENDED FAM­ILY

Each of the cover op­tions cov­ers the pol­icy holder, one spouse and a max­i­mum of four chil­dren with a choice to add two bi­o­log­i­cal par­ents and par­ents in law, as well as ex­tended fam­ily mem­bers.

For both fu­neral cov­ers, an ad­di­tional amount of E15 for each exte-nded fam­ily mem­ber and E22 for each of the bi­o­log­i­cal par­ents or in laws has to be paid.

DOU­BLE CASH BEN­E­FIT

In the event that the pol­icy holder passes away due to an ac­ci­dent, dou­ble the cash ben­e­fit as per the cover op­tion se­lected gets paid out to the fam­ily. In the event the main mem­ber passes away, Eswa­tini Post In­sur­ance Fu­neral Cover pays out a fam­ily sup­port ben­e­fit of E3 000 to the re­main­ing fam­ily mem­bers

The ben­e­fit will en­sure that the fam­ily is looked after even when the main mem­ber is no longer there.

FU­NERAL COVER EL­I­GI­BIL­ITY

In terms of el­i­gi­bil­ity, only per­sons be­tween 18 and 70 years can reg­is­ter as pol­icy hold­ers. For ex­tended fam­ily mem­bers reg­is­tered by the pol­icy holder, only per­sons be­low 65 years, while par­ents that can be reg­is­tered must be be­low 80.

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