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ABSA Funeral Cover Prices. June 2022

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ABSA Bank Funeral Cover

The ABSA Bank Funeral Cover information is listed below.

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Funeral cover from Absa

When do I need funeral cover from Absa?

Our funeral cover is for you, if you:

  • And your spouse are between the ages of 16 and 65
  • Want funeral cover that lasts your whole life
  • Want to add up to eight members of your extended family to your cover

What does Absa’s funeral cover include?

  • You can choose from R10,000 to R60,000 in coverage.
  • You, your spouse, your children, and up to eight extended family members are covered.
  • If the key member dies in an accident, the compensation is doubled.
  • The ability to choose the right annual premium and coverage increases.
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Cover for you and your spouse from R2.10 a day
  • Select a cover that is within your budget. Optional grocery, unveiling, and post-funeral services are available. Age-related premiums
Cover for all your children from R10 a month
  • For the rest of their lives, cover up to R50 000 per child. There is no limit to how many children you may cover. Age-related premiums
Get double payout at no additional cost
  • Should you, your spouse or family members over the age of 18 pass away due to an accident.

What you can expect

Added Features

  • There are no medical exams or questions. When you pay your first premium, your coverage begins.
  • Paying your premiums for five years will keep your loved ones’ funeral coverage valid after you die away.
  • If you’ve had equivalent funeral cover for at least 6 months elsewhere and are switching to Absa, you’ll get full funeral cover from the start.
  • Parents, in-laws, siblings, sisters, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, grandparents, grandchildren, great-grandparents, and employees can all be included in your funeral arrangement.
  • Up to R100,000 in coverage is available for you and your spouse. Up to R50 000 in coverage is available for children and extended family members.
  • Transportation of mortal remains to the nearest funeral home in South Africa at no additional cost.
  • Protect yourself against rising costs with cover that increases by only 3% per year.
  • Your waiting period can be set aside if the policy is taken out to replace a similar policy.
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How it works

  • Absa Life insurance do not specifically exclude COVID-19. A claim arising from the virus will be paid, subject to your policy’s standard terms and conditions.
  • Unless you are replacing a similar policy from somewhere where the waiting time has been served, you cannot claim for death due to natural causes in the first 6 months of your Flexi Funeral Plan.
  • You cannot claim for death due to suicide in the first 12 months of your Flexi Funeral Plan.
  • You are covered from day one for accidental death.
  • You and your spouse can be covered as long as you are between the ages of 18 and 70 years.
  • You can add children as long they are younger than 70 years.
  • You can add extended members as long they are younger than 75 years.
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What do I need to be able to claim?

The client must provide the following documentation in order for a funeral claim to be processed:

  • Completed claim form
  • Completed BI 1663 (Notification of death)
  • Certified copy of the death certificate
  • Certified copy of claimant’s identity document – if the claimant is not the Main Member/Policy Holder
  • Certified copy of deceased’s identity document
  • If death happened due to unnatural causes, a completed police record is necessary.
  • If the proceeds are paid into a bank other than Absa Bank, proof of banking data (not older than 3 months) is required.
  • Where no beneficiary is noted, a Letter of Authority is required

You must have all of the aforementioned evidence and email it to [email protected] to file your claim. Remember that any Absa bank, police station, or commissioner of oaths can certify your paperwork.

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