Critical Illness (CI)
Asked on 01 Jul 2020
I understood from my GE agent that Critical Care Advantage now only offers the new definitions for new sign ups. Saw the same for Aviva My Core CI Plan II.
I can assure you that Aviva's MyCoreCI Plan II is now on the newer CI definitions (ver 2019).
MyWholeLifePlan III is still currently on the older 2014 definitions, as is the case for older plans such as accelerated CI rider on MyProtectorTerm Plan II which are also on the 2014 definitions.
I'm sorry, I cannot speak for GE, you'll have to check with a GE agent for that.
Hope that clarifies.
The best way to verify this is to check directly with your agent, or the customer service centre. At the same time, they will be able to advise on when the changes will take place, and whether your existing policies will be affected.
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Hi! Aviva's critical illness plans have not been revised to include the new definitions yet. Will be glad to help u with your Aviva and GE policies. Do message here.