I don’t have immediate cash on me and the month is about to end, can I collect from my insurance?

Ive been paying my insurance for 3 years and it is part of the cut in my salary, 5% to be exact, Ive been struggling with keeping up with the expenses and Ive been wondering If there was a way for me to obtain the money I invested in the insurance company that I have been paying? what process do I need to do and how long does it usually take?

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    I just passed by and from my knowing, I don’t think you'd be able to claim the insurance that you have been spending on especially for wants that is most likely out of the question, most insurance companies only release the money that you have been investing on only when you've been injured, deceased or in dire need of help

    2020.03.24 15:44

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