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AD&D Insurance

Another Credit Union Membership Perk:  $1,000 of TruStage™ Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance Coverage at No Cost.

One of the nice benefits of your credit union membership is a no-cost TruStage Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) insurance policy from CMFG Life Insurance Company.

This is important insurance. AD&D coverage pays you or your loved ones a cash benefit after an accident results in a covered injury or loss of life due to an accident.

To receive $1,000 of AD&D coverage at no cost or obligation, all you need to do is claim it.

For greater protection, you can also add to your no-cost policy by purchasing up to $300,000 of additional coverage from CMFG Life. You’ll find the rates are designed to be affordable.

Don’t miss this opportunity to take advantage of your credit union membership. Sign up now for your no-cost or additional AD&D insurance protection.

TruStage™ AD&D Insurance is offered by TruStage Insurance Agency, LLC and underwritten by CMFG Life Insurance Company. The insurance offered is not a deposit and is not federally insured or guaranteed by your credit union.

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