Hollard Funeral Insurance

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Get a funeral cover you can afford, death in the family can be devastating to everyone’s health and finances. Hollard Funeral Insurance helps people in South Africa prepare for such circumstances and protect them from all the pressure. Taking funeral insurance with Hollard guarantees you various benefits, some which you will get up to R75 000 of cover.

What are the benefits of taking the Hollard Funeral Insurance?

Hollard offer a wide range of financial options such as life insurance, and other insurances to accommodate every situation people go through each day. Taking life insurance with Hollard, you will get a cover from R10 000 up to R75 000. If you don’t claim for the period of five years, you will get a lump sum of 20% cash back of all your premiums. There are also optional policy cover for your family members such as your partner, children, parents and extended family. This will cover your children under the age of 21 years old. You won’t need to go through any medical exam in order to qualify, you just need to provide all the necessary documents. You will get three days of an Avis rental vehicle to help organize the funeral.

You will also get extra benefits you can add to your current funeral policy such as:

  • Monthly Provider
  • Memorial Benefit
  • Personal Accident Benefit
  • Vehicle Access Benefit
  • Daily Hospital Benefit
  • Extended Family Funeral Rider
  • Moneyback Benefit

What do I need to apply for Hollard Funeral Insurance?

  • South African citizens
  • Permanent residents
  • Between the ages of 18 and 75
  • Must have a bank account

Hollard Funeral Contact Information

Are you ready to apply for, amend or renew your funeral insurance policy, kindly contact Hollard on telephone 0800 111 169 or simply send them an email at customerservice@hollard.co.za and one of their professional consultants will call you back as soon as possible. Alternatively visit their website on www.hollard.co.za and read more.

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