Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 6, 1972 · Page 153
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August 6, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 153

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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 6, 1972
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16. Why Is Extra Cash/Plus so attractive to Senior Citizens? What features in Extra Cash/ Plus are designed to serve those over age 65? At age 65 Extra Cash/Plus pays you up to $14,400 . . . for up to 25 months (over 2 years!) for each hospital benefit period. $300/month$10 a day first 2 months; $600/month-$20 a day for 23 months more. The $600 benefit means more money when you need it most-when your Medicare stops. 17. Do we get the "Intensive Care" feature? 65 or over, $10 a day for 30 days, up to $oJO, is added to your hospital income payment. 18. What is our Total Cost-of.Living Raise for age 65 or over? Your original benefits will increase up to a total of $375 for each of the first two months and $750 a month thereafter. 19. What am I paid for less than a month? You're paid 1/30 of your monthly benefits for each day of confinement from the 1st day. 20. How often can I be hospitalized and still collect my full Extra Cash/Plus benefits? As often as necessary for as many different injuries and ailments as occur. Later confine- ments for the same condition will be treated as continuations of the original confinement- then, after 12 months free of hospital or convalescent confinement for that condition, you will again be entitled to a new full 25 month benefit period. 21. Can my p r e m i u m s be cnanged or can my policy be cancelled? Your policy can never be singled out for change or cancellation because of claims or poor health. Rate schedule changes or cancellation could only occur for all policies like yours in your class and state upon proper notice; nothing of the sort is foreseen. You're Sale with Extra Cash/Plus. 22. Will I receive my money promptly? Yes. Your claim will be handled promptly and your tax-free extra cash will be sent directly to you to use any way you wish! 23. What About "Pre-Existing" conditions? Even these are covered when hospitalization begins 2 years or more after protection starts.* ·Washington and Montana Residents: 1 year. 24. What few exclusions are there? Only a few-to help keep your rates low. They are conditions resulting from declared or undeclared war or act of war; mental illness or nervous disorder; confinement! in any federal hospital or federal convalescent facility. Even maternity is covered when both husband and wife are insured. 25. How much does my first month cost? How much do I pay after that? You pay only $1 for your first full month's coverage regardless of how old you are or the size of your family. After that you pay only the small monthly premium for your age group. 26. Whom should I list on the Enrollment Form? We recommend you include every eligible mem' ber of your family. Remember, though, at least one parent must be covered to include any number of your children under their low rate offered during this Enrollment Period. The premium for family coverage is so low you can't afford not to have the added protection. fExcept under Missouri policies CLAIMS PAID FAST! ". . . Few people I know have enough reserve to carry them tor any length of time. I carried (National-) Ben Franklin and another well known insurance. Ben Franklin forms were simple to fill out and paid by return mail. I really needed that money."--from California "... thank you very much for the prompt service which was rendered in getting the check to us. I don't know what we would have done without you."--from New Jersey Typical of the many grateful letters on file at National-Ben Franklin Lite. You Risk Nothing with the H-BACK GUARANTEE... But Delay Could Lose You Up to Hundreds of Dollars...Mail Enrollment TODAY

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