Billions in FREE Personal Accident cover has government employees flocking to The Unlimited

More than 250 000 government employees have already scooped up R2.5 billion worth of Personal Accident Cover, which is FREE to them, as part of a ‘thank you’ offered by The Unlimited.

The offer, says Andrew Wood, CEO at The Unlimited, is a real way of recognising government employees who’ve stayed at their posts throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Despite the repeated onslaught of this outbreak, they’re still putting aside personal risks and fears to continue serving the people of South Africa.

At least 250 000 people have already signed up to our offer. We’ll carry on supporting those who are unselfishly staying at their jobs. We can assure you all that our promise of FREE to you, Personal Accident Cover is still open and if you work in government, you can claim your cover, at no cost to you. from The Unlimited.

Adding value is The Unlimited’s aim

The Unlimited believes that as part of the greater South African family, it can continue to play a role in adding value to the lives and families of the thousands of government workers.

As individuals who are often their family’s breadwinner, they continue to go to work, and have accepted the risks and stresses that’ve been part of one of the most challenging periods in our nation’s history, it’s only right that thought be given to their families too, added Wood.

“Giving FREE to you Personal Accident Cover up to the value of R 100 000 per customer, without any financial obligation being placed on them is our way of saying thank you. It’s a great pleasure for The Unlimited to pay the premium on their behalf, to relieve any potential additional stress that could impact on family members as well.”

Too good to be true is true?

When an offer looks like it’s too good to be true, it usually is. However, in this case, it’s real. We’re not asking government employees to pay a cent for this cover. Quite simply, the benefit is to say thank you from us at The Unlimited to the hundreds of thousands of people who are still making sacrifices to ensure that their fellow citizens can continue getting the services they need.

Long commutes mean an increased danger of accidents and injury

Our country loses about 14 000 people a year to road accidents. Thousands more are injured, and many are plunged into financial hardship as money, work benefits and even employment dries up.

This FREE to you cover aims to reduce the stress that all government employees face during their daily commutes. During this time, the Personal Accident Cover will be available to use should hospitalisation be required if you’re injured in a motor vehicle accident on your daily work commute.

Benefits that work while you can’t

The Personal Accident Cover will pay R1 000.00 per day while you’re in hospital due to a motor vehicle accident on the way to or from work. As the FREE to you pay-out can continue for up to 100 days, you can concentrate on getting better, knowing that your family’s needs are being taken care of.

People before profit

“It’s important to us that we offer the best possible value and benefits to say thank you. We believe in helping customers save costs and giving them and their families peace of mind. It’s something we’re proud to do. We’ll carry on serving and protecting our family by offering value and cover that can be counted on when it’s most needed.”

“We invite all government employees, who aren’t already signed up, to join our family today. There is no premium to be paid, The Unlimited does this for you. We believe that business should do better, we put people before profit, and this is just another example of how we operate”, concludes Wood.

Achieve peace of mind now

Signing up is incredibly easy. All you need to activate your cover is to click on the link, and enter your details. Your cover will be activated from the minute you receive your confirmation SMS. Alternatively, you can call us at 0861 990 000 to speak to one of our team members.

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