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What would happen to our policies if the insurance company were to shut down?

Who can explain briefly what would happen to our policies if the insurance company were to shut down.

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    Nothing much to worry actually, most likely other insurers will buy them over so you don’t need to be panicked much about such an event. But to be on the safe side always go for Top Global Insurer instead of just local renowned insurers.

    2019.08.01 18:0

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