Before putting your money in an investment-linked plan, carefully consider the risks you are willing and able to take.

Make sure you fully understand the risks involved and be prepared to have your money tied-up for a certain period of time.
You can get professional advice from your insurance company or your agent on the risks and benefits of a particular investment-linked insurance plan.
Read carefully all the information provided. Don’t hesitate to ask for an explanation of any terms if necessary.
There is a 15-day cooling-off period after you’ve signed for the investment-linked plan. If you decide to cancel your plan within this 15-day period, the insurance company will refund in full any fees and charges that you have paid. However, the amount refunded to you may be more or less than what you have paid, depending on the price of the units at the time of cancellation.
Things I Should Know

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Fees & charges

Making a claim
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For more details, please download our booklet on investment-linked insurance or contact an insurance company for assistance. In this booklet, you can find more information about the types of investment-linked plans available in Malaysia as well as advice on lodging complaints.