Mutual of Omaha launches whole life policy with funeral planning services rider

Oct 15, 2018

  1. Pirate91
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    Did you not read this? "Doesn't say it is GI.. Just says no medical exam required."
     
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    I did yes. In fact, I responded to his comment.

    What I'm saying is, YOUR comment of "And then when they ask if it pays full benefit from day one, you can say?" doesn't make any sense.
     
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    Coverage starts immediately from day one, it pays limited benefits the first 2 years if you pass away from a natural cause
     
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    Your two statements directly contradict one another.

    The coverage isn't immediate. It's a GI plan with the industry standard 2 year waiting period.
     
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