Cover Your Cancer Expenses

A viatical settlement, or the sale of a life insurance policy, can offer cancer patients the ability to pay costly medical bills, afford life-saving alternative treatments, or pay living expenses. Selling your life insurance is an important decision. In order to get the best viatical settlement possible, make sure to ask the following questions:

How long will it take to get my payout?

Many companies make clients wait months to receive their funds. American Life Fund knows you need the money now, not later. We get you funds in as little as 1-2 weeks.

Do you charge any sort of fees?

Viatical settlement brokers receive a fee from the policy offer amount. With American Life Fund, there are no hidden fees, putting more money in your pocket.

Am I getting a fair offer for my policy?

Some companies try to low-ball clients. By working with clients directly, we are able to educate you on your policy’s value and get you the highest possible offer.

What is the process like?

Many viatical settlement companies make you jump through hoops and drag out the process for months. American Life Fund has an easy, 3-step process to get you funds in as little as 1-2 weeks.

You’re only minutes away from saying goodbye to all of your financial worries. It only takes a few minutes to get an instant estimate and see what your policy is worth. And the best part is, it’s 100% free.

How Does The Viatical Process Work?

A viatical settlement can be defined as the sale of an existing life insurance policy to a third party for more than its surrender value but less than its net death benefit. Your existing insurance policy can hold the key when it comes to receiving funds to pay off various expenses such as medical bills, future cancer treatments, living expenses and medications.

If you have an existing life insurance policy with a face amount of $100,000 or higher and have a life threatening disease, please call American Life Fund to assist you in selling your policy.

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