We represent over 60 life insurance companies and hands down the quickest and easiest term life insurance application is Fidelity Life Insurance. Though there are many other great companies to look into, learn more about the top 10 life insurance companies before you make your final decision.
Fidelity Life is a simplified issued life insurance policy – meaning there is no medical exam involved! Just a 15-20 minute phone application.
Just because it’s no medical exam, doesn’t mean it’s guaranteed issue. This is a common misunderstanding. There are a series of qualifying health questions and they reference your MIB report (Medical Information Bureau), pharmacy report and MVR (Motor Vehicle Report). Fidelity Life will have different rates based on your health. Be open and honest with your agent regarding your health and they’ll let you know which rates you can qualify for.
Highlights of a Fidelity Life Insurance Application
- Some of the best “no medical exam” life insurance rates on the market.
- The online application takes only 20 minutes to complete.
- There is no paperwork. We send you an e-signature link and walk you through it.
- A decision is made within 48 hours of completing the application.
Keep in mind, a “no medical exam” policy, like Fidelity Life Insurance, is typically more expensive than a traditionally underwritten policy. We’ll give you both options and you can decide if it’s worth it to pay a little extra for the convenience of not taking a medical exam.
Lastly, a Fidelity Life Insurance application has to be completed by a licensed agent. There is no way around it. If you’re interested in applying for Fidelity or learning more about the company and process, we encourage you to fill out our quote form on the right or give us a call. We’ll let you know what rates you can qualify for and assist you with an application if you would like to move forward.
You’ll be amazed how easy it is to apply with Fidelity Life Insurance!
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