Funeral cover for everyone

From Clientèle

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Clientèle Funeral Insurance

Not many of us think about the business of death but there are many needs that are associated with its occurrence and consequently a demand for funeral insurance. Clientèle Funeral Insurance understands this best of all, tackling the business of death by offering a plethora of products to suit all situations as well as a broad range of budgets.

Clientele Funeral Insurance

How the Clientèle Funeral Dignity Plan will help your family when someone close to you dies:

  • From as little as R160 a month you can get funeral cover.
  • For less than R6 per person every day you can get as much as R250,000 family cover.
  • Furthermore, you will be able to cover as many as 13 individuals on one single plan.
  • When the insured or one of the dependents dies, the pay-out will occur within 24 hours.
  • You will get R200 free airtime immediately when claiming which will take care of all those necessary phone calls to tell all your friends and relatives the sad news.
  • In most instances, the bank accounts of the deceased will be frozen upon death. The Clièntele Funeral Insurance grocery benefit will take care of buying groceries and providing food for the mourners and reams of visitors paying their respects.
  • There is also an unveiling benefit offered by the Clientele Funeral Dignity Plan.


Other benefits include:

  • A 24 hour helpline that will be able to guide you and answer all those questions you need answered.
  • A team of trained professionals that will be able to help you with all those finer arrangements and details that go hand in glove with organising a funeral.
  • Professional grief counsellors that will assist with this process.
  • The repatriation of bodies.

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