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I know that nowadays it is hard to find a good insurance company. I was in search of a good company for some months. Now, I use the life insurance help desk https://lifeinsurancehelpdesk.com/underwriting-assistant/, a good assistant which can help you to choose good insurance with convenient terms and at the best price. Moreover, I advise you to take the whole life insurance because it is a good one and it costs cheaper than a term life insurance. Good luck with your choice.

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Still no joy. Can't find cover.

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Hi red robin, 

im in the same boat, 2 years post treatment and struggling to find life insurance. I’ve been advised to reduce cover amount to a quarter of mortgage for now but quotes are still £70/month +

Interested if anyone has found any good options? 

Thanks x

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Hi red_robin,

Thanks for checking - no problem!

Becca at Breast Cancer Care.
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Hi ladies. I have just put my details into a website and think I may have some provisional quotes.

Moderators am I allowed to say the names of the companies? It may help others in their search. I have the initial people who help find quotes and I have the 4 insurers names. One may be unlikely, 2 not sure and 1 maybe more likely. Would love to share my experiences with names to help others.
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No just been told officially that no one would.cover me for critical illness for anout 15 years as i've had 2 cancers.The best I can get is putting an amount away each month into one of the no health questions asked ones that you see on the telly.At least that would cover funeral expenses etc
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Hi ladies,

 

just thought I would let you all know that my daughter's are being penalised getting life insurance now due to my diagnosis.  I would recommend anyone with girls to try to get them to research critical illness cover while they are as young as they can. My girls are 29 and 32.

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Red Robin & Treeze

 

Following my diagnosis and treatment i tried to get my affairs in order, checking my life insurance etc

 

My existing life insurance went up 100% (i had paid it for 30 years...). I am unable to get any other insurance at the moment but am reliably informed that i may be able to get life insurance after 5 years 'NED' but more likely 10 years as i am on Letrozole for 10 years. 

 

Following my diagnosis i can't get Critical illness

 

Butterfly x

 

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Redrobin if you find any please let us know.I've been told by an independent advisor that I wont get life insurance until at least five years post cancer.I'm looking at critical care if I can afford it.
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Re: Life insurance

Hi red_robin

 

Sorry that you havent had a response as yet.  You may find it helpful to speak with one of our specialists on the free Helpline, 0808 800 6000, they will be able to help signpost you.

 

Best wishes
Anna
Digital Community Officer

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Life insurance

Please help. Looking to get life insurance and after breast cancer treatment 3 years ago I am wondering who would be good and not rip me off and cover me properly no matter what happens. Any recommendations please?