By Michael ZagarisAlfred MabeyAlfredo Martinez-ValdesThe Guardian Life insurance company has revealed it has signed up more than 50,000 Australians for its simple life insurance policy, offering a “no-strings” guarantee that their lives will be secure.
The GuardianLife Insurance policy is aimed at individuals who are currently looking to save for their future, or who want to put their savings to good use by taking on an insurance policy in the future.
It provides no cash value to the policyholder and is not required to be paid off before the end of the policy term.
But in an interview with the Guardian Life website, Guardian Life chief executive Alfred Mabeysaid the company had signed up 50,007 Australians for the policy, which is available to anyone who has lived in Australia for a minimum of two years.
“We’ve signed up some Australians for life insurance.
That’s the most that we’ve ever done in a year,” Mr Mabeaysaid.
“We’ve had a lot of people who have been in Australia, in their 20s, 30s, 50s, 60s and beyond, and they’ve told us that their life has been in the red for a long time.”
It’s really good for the insurance company because it’s the perfect solution for people who want a life insurance that will be there for them, when they need it.
“The Guardian life policy is similar to the life insurance policies offered by other insurers such as the Blue Cross Life, AIG Life and State Farm Life.
The difference is that the Guardian life offers a no-strings guarantee that the policyholders’ lives will remain secure for life.”
Mr Abelaesaid said the policy would offer a life-saving rate of 2 per cent on average for life, and 3 per cent for a one-off period of six months.””
If you don’t meet the requirements for your policy, the life is not guaranteed.”
Mr Abelaesaid said the policy would offer a life-saving rate of 2 per cent on average for life, and 3 per cent for a one-off period of six months.
“If you have any questions about your policy or want to talk about the benefits or benefits of this policy, we can be of assistance,” Mr Abbott said.
“People are looking to buy life insurance to protect themselves from unexpected medical problems.
The Guardian Life life insurance is a fantastic policy for people wanting to protect their money.”
The insurance company is currently offering the policy to people aged between 35 and 45.