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    IndiaNotice to Policy holders of LIC of India

    Notice to Policy holders of LIC of India


    NL Corresspondent

    This is with reference to recent news articles and other publications relating to product/service offerings by certain entities offering to acquire (by way of sale/transfer, assignment or otherwise) policies held by existing policyholders of Life Insurance Corporation of (LIC), as an alternative to surrender of policies to the LIC.

    In the interest of all our policyholders, we wanted to clarify that:

    1. LIC is not associated with any such entity, or the products and/or services being offered by such entities, and any statements made by former employees/personnel of LIC are personal to such individuals. We disclaim any responsibility or liability in connection therewith.
    2. Any sale/transfer or assignment of LIC policies need to be undertaken in accordance with Insurance Act, 1938, including Section 38 thereof. Under applicable laws, LIC may decline to act upon any sale/transfer or assignment of policies, where LIC has sufficient reason to believe that such sale/transfer or assignment is not bona fide OR is not in the interest of the policyholder OR in public interest OR is for the purpose of trading of insurance policy.We urge all policyholders to exercise complete caution before making any decision on theirpolicy which may jeopardize their financial security and the risk cover for their family.




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