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Monday, May 23, 2016

Affinion Benefits Group Hosts Product Spotlight Webinar on Simplified Issue Term Insurance

Over 100 million people don’t have life insurance. That number represents millions of families who could incur financial difficulties if their primary breadwinner passes away. According to recent research published by Life Happens and LIMRA®, while affordability ranks high as a barrier to purchase, 38% of those surveyed aren’t sure of what type of life insurance they need, or how much to buy. For many of those people, a Simplified Issue Term Life product can meet those needs, and provide great benefits at guaranteed rates. Banks have an opportunity to bridge their customer’s life insurance gap by including a Simplified Issue Term Life product in their product marketing portfolio.

Affinion Benefits Group is combining their industry-leading marketing expertise with the confidence and security of an A rated carrier to bring their bank partners a new Simplified Issue Term product. This Simplified Issue Term Life product brings tremendous value to banks and their customers, as it offers up to $250,000 of life insurance without forcing them to undergo a physical medical examination.

Affinion’s simple, succinct direct mail application allows customers to apply for up to $250,000 of coverage in minutes, with coverage beginning as soon as payment is received. Simplified issue term life is a level term policy, which means your customers lock in a great rate and keep that same great value for ten years.

Join Affinion’s Director of Insurance Product Christy Boyd and in 30 minutes learn:
  • Why Simplified Issue Term is needed in today’s marketplace
  • How Affinion’s new product will help your customers and your financial institution
  • How easy it is for your bank to get started marketing Simplified Issue Term Life.
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