The insurance industry stands out from the others because it never stops working. The professional insurance consultant continues to always offer his support, guidance and assistance to his client. He does not hang up his phone at any time, because there is no time that is not useful to the people out there. Usually when feelings of insecurity and fear arising from crises are created in society, like the one we are going through today, it tends to turn towards us. Seek our advice on programs he maintains or seeks to make news to meet the needs of his uninsured.
But what about our potential customers today who do not feel that way and even become procrastinating using the existence of Covid-19 as a reason?
Inspired by a wonderful man and a great colleague in England, Tony Gordon, MDRT member for over 40 years, I will ask this question.
It is extremely unfortunate that the Covid-19 pandemic kills thousands of people worldwide every week. Unfortunately, in the victims of the coronavirus, apart from people with a previous aggravated medical history, there are also cases of healthy and young people. In parallel with these incidents, however, people continue to die from strokes, heart attacks, cancer, traffic accidents. Many people still need hospitalization or rehabilitation. The existence of the pandemic works cumulatively in all the cases that exist anyway.
And here is something paradoxical. Insurance companies are well aware that there is an additional risk of death today. And yet they have not made any increase in contract premiums. They continue immediately and cost with the exact same premium both the contracts related to hospitalization (health) and the contracts related to death (life).
So to summarize the facts, at a time when the probability of someone getting sick or dying is much higher, but the insurance coverage maintains the same cost, what is the best time to insure someone if not now?
Now is the best time, do not procrastinate, protect yourself and your valuables!
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