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Goodfellow Group – Securityfirst (inserted 27/03/00)

Type: Accident sickness and unemployment cover.



Maximum benefit: £1,500 per month.



Benefit payment term: 12 months.



Deferred period: Choice of 30 or 60 days.



Premium: 30 day deferred – £4.25 for £100 cover, 60 day deferred – £3.75 for £100 cover.



Commission: 10% of monthly premium.



Tel: 01376 347369.

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