Put yourself at ease by protecting those you love
21 June 2021
Bancassurance leader BPI-Philam urges Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) to protect their hard-earned savings from unexpected expenses amid the pandemic. With the still rising number infections of COVID-19 variants worldwide, it has become even more urgent to have life insurance protection that would safeguard OFWs and their families.
As COVID-19 variants continue to evolve and spread, the World Health Organization (WHO) had begun to assign labels as to Variants of Interest or Variants of Concern. Just last month, the government reported that three close contacts of an OFW infected with the COVID-19 variant first detected in India, known as Delta or B.1.617.2, also tested positive.
“OFWs sacrifice so much to save for their families and for their futures, but the sad reality is that it’s possible lose everything in one unfortunate incident. The hospitalization of a family member due to severe COVID-19 infection alone could wipe out years’ worth of their savings. We’ve heard the same thing happen many times, and we want to help change it so we’ve made it our mission at BPI-Philam to assist OFWs through difficulties to enable them and their families to live healthier, longer, and better lives wherever they are,” said Surendra Menon, BPI-Philam Chief Executive Officer.
Just recently, BPI-Philam extended its free Php 200,000 COVID-19 insurance for qualified BPI and BPI-Philam customers to help Filipinos stay secure during these uncertain times. This free insurance coverage can be supplemented with other insurance plans like BPI-Philam’s Critical Care 100, which has health coverage that provides financial protection from setbacks caused by medical emergencies.
Many OFWs’ employment requires them to travel to-and-fro, increasing their chances of exposure to the virus. Having life insurance can serve as financial protection from tapping into their savings for medical bills and similar expenses.
OFWs are also encouraged to think for the long-term and be prepared for the worst. Life insurance can help them achieve their goal of having financial freedom upon retirement. For those who want to start saving and even invest, there are life insurance products that have an investment part that may help grow their funds. These allot a portion of their premiums to the policyholder’s life insurance coverage, while the remaining portion goes into an investment fund, which may continue to grow even after the full payment of the policy.
For OFWs, having the right life insurance plan gives their families back home peace of mind knowing that they are protected. They can live a worry-free life, letting them focus on accomplishing their goals. BPI-Philam helps by offering the right life insurance products that allow them to protect what they have built over the years and reach their ultimate goal of coming home sooner.
More information about BPI-Philam is available at its website, Facebook page, via the virtual assistant Bessie (on Messenger), or through a Bancassurance Sales Executive at BPI and BPI Family Savings Bank branches nationwide.
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BPI-Philam Life Assurance Corp. is a strategic alliance between two leading companies in the country – The Philippine American Life and General Insurance Company (AIA Philam Life) and Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI). AIA Philam Life is the premier life insurance company in the Philippines and the market leader for over 70 years. BPI is a leading universal bank in the country with over 160 years of experience in the local banking industry and an extensive branch network of more than 1,000 branches and 3,000 ATMs.
BPI-Philam’s professional and expertly trained Bancassurance Sales Executives are assigned in BPI and BPI Family Savings Bank branches nationwide to render financial advisory services that address customers' financial and protection needs.
With the combined expertise and resources of these two trusted companies, BPI-Philam policyholders are assured that their insurance is backed by financial strength and stability.
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