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Gaddafi’s Life Insurance Policy: Terminated

09-07-2011 10:42 AM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

Press release from: Lifebroker

Southbank, VIC, September 07, 2011 -- Lifebroker has launched a campaign featuring the current Gaddafi situation to raise awareness about life insurance and will run advertisements on Wednesday 7th September in widely popular publications such as The Age, The Australian and The Sun Herald.

While Muammar Gaddafi takes refuge, possibly in his hometown Sirte, his insurance underwriters await with nervous anticipation as to what could happen next.

Lifebroker, Australia’s leading specialist online life insurance and income protection broker works closely with the best Insurers in Australia and can only imagine the sizeable payout that would result in this very unusual case, similar to the hunt for Bin Laden.

As Gaddafi embarks on his escape route out of Libya, his destiny will most likely either be “death, suicide or a trial” according to Anis Sharif, leader of the National Transitional Council.

A common misconception in the community is that suicide is not covered by a life insurance policy, when it fact it can be. This along with many others joins a whole host of myths about life insurance that Lifebroker uncovered last year when they conducted a research study that surveyed Australians to learn more about their perceptions about life insurance and income protection.

Interestingly enough, the research report found a surprisingly high number of Australians with little or no life or income protection insurance.

Lifebroker understands that everyone is unique and each situation is different. At Lifebroker we are the life insurance experts and have dedicated advisors who are able to compare policies from Australia’s largest Insurers to find the right policy to suit you, whatever your needs may be.

A representative of Lifebroker who thought it better not to be named said “whether you’re a young family or a maniacal despot, life insurance is one of those things that you never want to need, but will always need to have.

At Lifebroker we’re the experts at finding the right life insurance to suit people’s immediate and long term needs”.

Lifebroker offers free of charge brokerage services and specialises in quick & easy online applications for life insurance, income protection insurance, trauma insurance, total & permanent disablement insurance, mortgage protection and funeral insurance, helping you to find the best insurance coverage from Australia’s leading life insurance companies.

About Us:
Lifebroker is Australia’s leading online insurance broker, helping you to find the best insurance coverage for your needs from Australia’s leading life insurance companies. Compare insurance providers, choose your level of insurance coverage, and find out more about personal life, trauma, disablement and income protection insurance. Lifebroker is a free service – you only pay the life insurance or income protection premium that you choose.

Contact :
Rebecca Frew
Lifebroker
66-76 Moray Street
Southbank, VIC, 3006
Australia
1300 20 40 50
woj@kwasistudios.com
http://www.lifebroker.com.au

Lifebroker has launched a campaign featuring the current Gaddafi situation to raise awareness about life insurance and will run advertisements on Wednesday 7th September in widely popular publications such as The Age, The Australian and The Sun Herald.

Rebecca Frew
Lifebroker
66-76 Moray Street
Southbank, VIC, 3006
Australia
1300 20 40 50
woj@kwasistudios.com
http://www.lifebroker.com.au

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