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Pioneer Friendly Society – Pure Protection

Pioneer Friendly Society

Pure Protection

Update: Own occupation definition now applied to all occupations throughout the claim, maximum unemployed, career break or house persons cover increased to £10, 200 from £5,054, clarification of policy terms in relation to infection by HIV, introduction of war only exclusion, widening of geographical limits for full cover, unlimited indexation when not claiming, limit for indexation when claiming increased to 12% from 10%, initial exclusion period of first three months removed, introduction of long term career break option, rates guaranteed for three years and unlimited maximum benefit subject to 65% of taxable income

Tel: 01225 752140


Get training, not Asbos

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