FIRST FOR WOMEN life insurance
FIRST FOR WOMEN life insurance, image, modified 1st for Women logo

Get covered even after you lose employment with 1st for women’s Pure Life cover by 1Life – this cover ensures that you and your family are taken care of during hard times. You can have one of the two options, the Basic cover or the Elevated cover.  With the basic cover, you can get a lump sum of up to R200 000 paid out to the authorized beneficiary of your choice. With the elevated cover, it pays out a lump sum, from R200 000 and up to the authorized beneficiary.

Both options cover you for your entire life, and you are immediately covered for accidental death. Both of the accounts include the terminal illness benefit – in a case where you are diagnosed with a terminal illness and your life expectancy is less than 12 months – your full cash amount will be paid out.

1st for Women Basic Cover

This cover pays out to R200 000

It allows you to choose the beneficiary of your choice in the event of death

Covers you for a lifetime

Covers accidental death immediately

Comes with a terminal illness Benefit (Pays out when you are diagnosed with a terminal illness and have less than 12 months to live)

1st for Women Elevated Cover

This cover pays out from R200 000

It allows you to choose the beneficiary of your choice in the event of death

Covers you for a lifetime

Covers accidental death immediately

Comes with a terminal illness Benefit (Pays out when you are diagnosed with a terminal illness and have less than 12 months to live)

You have an option to add a1st for Women Disablement and 1st for Women Dread Disease benefits in your policy for both options. Call 1st for women on 0860 10 97 59 for clarity, long-term insurance products are underwritten by 1life insurance.  Visit the 1st for women Pure Life Cover Page for the offer.


AdsApp
South African COVID-19 Information Portal

iBusiness on COVID-19
Protect yourself and others around you


Loading...

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here