A PROMISE FROM YOU. A LEGACY FOR THEM
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Go Well Funeral Solutions is a one of a kind funeral assurance broker- we understand people. We take pride in understanding you so that we can provide you with the very best products tailored to your needs. We cover everyone, from single parents to foreign nationals and everyone in between. It’s one of the many things that make us unique!
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By taking out a Sanlam accredited policy, you are not only protecting your loved ones from an inevitable occurrence, but you are also promising to save them the trouble of having to gather funds for your final curtain call. Go Well Funeral Solutions ensures that whatever you have promised your loved ones, is fulfilled. It is your right as our valued client to decide how you want your cash back to be paid out- a lump sum or on a monthly basis to keep the expenses in check long after the curtains have closed. For this reason, we pride ourselves in being one of the best assurance brokers in Mzansi
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At Go Well Funeral Solutions, we believe that a life well lived is a life that has left behind a legacy. That is why we pride ourselves in encouraging our valued clients to have an insurance policy that not only caters to their needs but will also allow the family to rest a little easy knowing that you have left something behind for them as the mourn losing you. That is a legacy. Our legacy benefits include the memorial benefit which pays a lump sum amount of R10 000.00 either on the first anniversary of the date of your passing of either you or your spouse, or in conjunction with the claim for the funeral benefit payout and the survivor benefit which pays out a fixed amount to your selected beneficiary for a full twelve months from the time of your death. Now, who said leaving a legacy should cost a fortune?