AXA MANSARD – FREE LIFE INSURANCE SAVINGS

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Gone are those days people only save their money in the bank without any form of interest been added to it. Now ikoblog.com is here with a good solution for you. AXA MANSARD FREE LIFE INSURANCE SAVINGS. With this plan, you can save as low as N2,000 monthly, and enjoy superior returns and get FREE life Insurance. Sign-up now!!

AXA MANSARD – FREE LIFE INSURANCE SAVINGS

HOW AXA MANSARD LIFE SAVINGS WORKS

With a monthly contribution as low as N2,000 enjoy superior returns plus FREE Life Cover when you buy AXA Mansard Life Savings plan!

The Life Savings plan gives you the opportunity to earn a better interest on your savings than the ordinary savings account offer and at the same time, you enjoy a FREE Life Insurance cover of up to N1m.

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Life Savings is intended as a medium/long term savings plan (with free life cover), so part or total liquidation before the first 24 months of initiation will result in loss of interest that has accrued.

This plan runs for a minimum of two years and the returns at the end of the desired tenure is dependent on the Monetary Policy Rate (MPR) as shown below. start now!!

What’s in it for you?

  • Superior yield on savings
  • Free life cover up to N1m
  • Can be used to meet a future need
  • Affordable monthly savings as low as N2,000
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WHAT IS MPR?

MPR is the Monetary Policy Rate of the Central Bank of Nigeria and it is subject to change together with the factors of interest. Please note that you must have been paying your contributions consistently to enjoy the benefits.

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