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16 November 2016

FMI - Movember is Men's Cancer Awareness Month...

Movember is Men's
Cancer Awareness Month...
1 in 6 South African men
will be diagnosed with prostate cancer
FMI offers the best cover for prostate cancers,
including higher pay-outs for less aggressive diagnoses
If you are diagnosed with prostate cancer Stage T1, our Critical Illness Lump Sum benefit will pay 25% of your sum insured, regardless of your Gleason Score.

•  Adding our Top-up Option means that these pay-outs will increase to 100%!

What's more, is if you add the Critical Illness Income benefit to your temporary income protection with us, you'll receive a pay-out of 130% of your monthly sum insured for 12 months*, guaranteed, even if you continue to work!
*subject to your waiting period and benefit term
Since prostate cancer is the most common male cancer,
this is an important consideration!
(The Gleason Score is a measure of how aggressive the cancer is, and a score
of at least 7 is a requirement with most insurers to receive a 25% pay-out.)
READ MORE on our web page   Get the full Critical Illness
BROCHURE here
FMI will donate R50 to the Movember foundation for every
Financial Adviser and FMI employee that partakes in our
#GROWYOURMO competition.
Find the post on our Facebook page here, and get growing!
Are you a financial adviser interested in getting a contract with us?
Call 0860 10 11 19 or email [email protected].
For more information, visit www.fmi.co.za
FMI is an authorised Financial Services Provider FSP 2717.
Insured by Guardrisk Life Ltd FSP 76.

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