Why not to invest in Reliance SIP+Insure Plan
Listed below are reasons why you should not invest in Reliance SIP+Insure.
7 Reasons for not investing in Reliance SIP+Insure Plan.
1] The type of Insurance is Group Insurance Policy. The cheapest and easiest form of insurance policy available with any insurance company.
2] Only the 1st Holder is insured. So, in case, a couple subscribes to SIP +Insure then only one person can avail of the insurance benefits.
3] The Sum Assured, in case of death is not paid to the nominee, but shall go back to the scheme of the AMC(Reliance Asset Management Company). Remember, the scheme benfits more than the dependents of the deceased in case of death of the holder.
4] Huge exit load of 2% for discontinued SIP. If you agree to pay your SIP for 11 yrs but pay only for 10 long and tiring yrs, still the scheme charges you 2% for the remaining 1 yr which you do not wish to continue.
5] No insurance upto 90 days (exception to it is accident cases only) , i.e 3 months. In case of death within 3 months, except of accidental deaths, the scheme shall not pay the dependents a penny.
6] The dependents will end up paying the scheme 2% back if the death occurs within 3 months due to reasons other than accidental death.
7] Minimum period of investment is 3 yrs and Rs 2,000 for each installment, i.e totalling to Rs 36,000 for Group insurance worth less than 10 lacs.
There are group insurance polices availables at a very low costs, which can be availed of for insurance requirements. Insurance worth of Rs 10 lacs may or may not be sufficient for your entire family's needs.
The Exit loads are relatively very high even if investor is paying his SIP for a long period, if he discontinues even 1 day prior, he ends up paying 2% Exit loads.
Sunny Side to life :
SIP is also available without this offer.
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