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Scottish Amicable – Mortgage Protection

Monday, 16th October 2000.



Type: Level or decreasing term assurance offering single or joint cover. Accident, sickness & unemployment cover and critical illness options available.



Minimum premium: £5 a month, £50 a year.



Minimum-maximum term: 5-40 years.



Charges: Policy fee £2.50 a month.



Commission: Subject to negotiation.



Contact: www.scotam-adviser.co.uk


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