Asked by: Hernani Serdio
asked in category: General Last Updated: 31st January, 2020

What is the free look period of life insurance?

When you buy a life insurance policy, you generally have what is called a free look period. During this time, you have the option of canceling your policy without penalty. Depending on the insurance company and the state you reside in, the free look period can be 10-days or even longer.

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Similarly, what is a 30 day free look period?

You have 30 days from the day you receive the policy to examine and return it to the insurance company. You can return it for any reason. The insurance company will refund the full amount paid for the policy within 30 days of return.

Also, how long will free look in period or cooling off period lasts? 15 days

Similarly, you may ask, what is the primary purpose of the free look period?

The free look period allows a policy owner to review their contract after it is delivered, without having to make an unchangeable financial commitment. If an owner wants to return the policy after reviewing the contract, he/she may do so for a full refund of all money given to the insurance company.

How do I cancel my free look period?

The freelook period is for 15 days from the date of receipt of the hard copy. You should submit a written application for cancellation to the insurer within the freelook period. The insurer would require you to fill a cancellation form, and return the original policy copy.

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