FREE BENEFIT TO OUR MEMBERS – ACCIDENTAL DEATH & DISMEMBERMENT INSURANCE
If you have received a letter in the mail regarding an accidental death and dismemberment insurance policy offered by AIL Insurance (American Income Life Insurance) in the amount of $4,000, that is a legitimate offer.
When you buy a trail permit, you automatically become a member of QuadNB. One of our partners, “AIL Insurance” (American Income Life Insurance) provides all of our members with FREE accidental death and dismemberment insurance in the amount of $4,000. This means that if you die as a result of an accident, even if the accident has nothing to do with your ATV, your estate will inherit $4,000.
Right now, you have 2 options:
1-You can choose to fill out the beneficiary card and mail it by using the pre-stamped envelope.
- What happens? An AIL agent will call you and make arrangements so that you sign a form. In order for them to have the name of your beneficiary in their frecords, you must sign a specific form. Of course, they will probably want to show you their other products. At this point, it is completely up to you if you are interested in purchasing additional insurance from them or not. Regardless of your decision, your free policy is still yours to keep, and the $4,000 would be TAX FREE. And you would also receive a Vogue Optical discount card and a free safety kit.
- We encourage you to follow the instructions included in the letter and name a beneficiary. This is to establish your next of kin in case you don’t have a will or if there are any disputes. It gets the money out to your beneficiary quicker.
2-You can also choose to not fill out the beneficiary card.
- What happens? If you do not name a beneficiary, you are still covered under this free plan, and you won’t be called by any agents. However, it may take a bit longer for the cheque to be sent out and your beneficiary may have to pay taxes on the money received.
For any questions or concerns, please contact the Public Relations agent for AIL, Mr. Darrell Dorey, by phone at 902-624-8329 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.