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If a customer were to die while covered, a "claim" is how their loved ones would report their death. Generally, it is how we start the process of paying a death benefit to the beneficiaries (parents, significant others, child[ren], or whomever they designate). If applicable, it is also when we can work with the beneficiaries to pay off debts or help fulfill other Wyshes.
Anyone can file a claim, so long as they have the necessary documentation. However, only the designated beneficiaries are eligible to receive a death benefit and can work with the Wysh Granters to fulfill Wyshes. If someone who is not a beneficiary files a verified claim, then the beneficiaries (as outlined in the policy) will be contacted.
Wysh Granters are our expert support and claims specialists! They are real people, right here in the U.S., that provide help daily to our members and their loved ones. If you need assistance with your claim or want to know more about Wysh, they are your go-to.
Going above and beyond an email or text, our Wysh Granters also work hand-in-hand with a policy holder’s loved ones when they file a claim. They can even deal directly with lenders to pay off debts.
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