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ATMs make life easier

ATMs have made our lives much easier today. Earlier it used to take hours in queues at banks to withdraw money but now we can withdraw money quickly through ATMs. It can also be used for shopping, but ATMs have another great advantage and this benefit is available to every ATM holder, but only a few of us savvy conscious citizens are able to redeem this benefit.

An ATM is issued that the holder gets insurance

An ATM is issued that the holder gets insurance

Friends, the benefit we are going to talk about is the insurance that the ATM holder gets. You may be unaware as every ATM holder is covered by banks. This insurance is provided by banks at Rs. 2.5 and Rs. 5 lakhs. But you would be surprised to know that 90 to 95 percent of people are unaware of this insurance, which is why they are not able to avail it. But a little awareness can bring in Rs 2.5 to 5 lakhs for your family, which is a huge amount for a family with limited income.

How will you receive this amount?

How will you receive this amount?

Now tell me, how can your family get this amount? If a person owns an ATM and if that person dies within 45 days of using the ATM, then the family members of the person can claim the sum insured in the bank where the ATM is located.

The sum insured varies with each card

The sum insured varies with each card

Let us tell you that the bank gives different types of cards to its customers and the sum insured is different with each card. For example, Rs 1 lakh on Classic Card, Rs 2 lakh on Platinum Card, Rs 5,000 on MasterCard and Rs 5 lakh on Master Platinum Card. On a Visa card, the amount is between Rs 1.5 lakh and Rs 2 lakh.

Money is paid according to the condition of the person injured in the accident

Money is paid according to the condition of the person injured in the accident

If a person loses one arm and one leg in an accident then Rs. 50,000, if he loses both arms and both legs then provision of Rs. 1 lakh. On the other hand, if an ATM card holder dies, he will be paid Rs. 1 lakh, while in case of death of a MasterCard holder, Rs. Rs 5 lakh will be paid from the holder bank

Banks hide this information

Banks hide this information

Almost all banks hide this important information from their customers when issuing ATM cards, so that they do not have to pay. However, this information is recorded in the documents found with the ATM.

How to apply for Sum Assured

How to apply for Sum Assured

If any of the ATM card holders in your family have had such an accident, you too can apply for this sum assured. For this you will need original copy of death certificate, copy of FIR, certificate of dependent, certificate of deceased.

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