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The Exchange – Easi Protect Plus Plan

Monday, 20 August 2001.

Type: ASU mortgage protection plan.

Maximum benefit: Options one & two £2,000, option three £1,000.

Benefit payment plan: 12 months.

Deferred period: 30 days.

Premium: Option one – single premium accident, sickness and unemployment cover £5.50 per £100 monthly benefit, option two – monthly premium accident, sickness and unemployment cover £5.95 per £100 monthly benefit, option three – monthly premium unemployment cover £4.50 per £100 monthly benefit.

Commission: Option one – initial 30 per cent, options two & three – 100 per cent of first two premiums&#39 thereafter 25 per cent of premium.

Tel: 01932 586000.

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