There is no specific age limit that gives rise to this policy terminating. However, if the policyholder allows the policy to lapse, due to nonpayment of premiums or when the policyholder cancels the policy, the policy will terminate. Please also be aware, that cover for certain benefits cease at age 65.
When does the policy terminate?
These may also be helpful
- I have been diagnosed with stage 2 qualifying cancer* for the first time, but have decided not to go for further treatment and therefore do not need to register on my medical scheme’s oncology treatment programme. Do I still qualify for the R30 000 lump sum cancer benefit?
- When will I receive my policy documents?
- How do I submit a claim?
- Should I wish to cancel the policy, how would I go about doing so?
- My medical scheme cover started last month. Can I backdate my Liberty Gap Cover to coincide with my medical scheme cover start date?
- I have been diagnosed with stage 2 qualifying cancer* for the first time. The cancer has been surgically removed, no further treatment is required and therefore I do not need to register on my medical scheme’s oncology treatment programme. Do I still qualify for the R30 000 lump sum cancer benefit?
- What documentation is required to replace your existing Gap policy with Liberty Medical Gap Cover?
- Who is covered? (applies to both policy options)
- I have had Gap Cover with another provider for 5 years and need an operation that requires an upfront co-payment. If I take out Liberty Gap Cover, will you cover the co-payment?
- What documents do I need to submit with a Liberty Gap Cover claim?