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Fraudsters are looking for opportunities to trick you. You'll find these Cheats claiming to be a Max Life Insurance representative, offering rewards in return for crucial information.

Don’t let them fool you!

Here, we are going to make you well-prepared and well-equipped with the told of information to catch the Cheat when he strikes.

The Cheat will try to get in touch with you via a phishing mail or a scam call saying...

  • Your agent has left the organization and there is a bonus declared in the policy.
  • You will get 10% discount on your renewal premium if you pay immediately via NEFT.
  • Your old policy is going under losses. Take a new policy and the money will get transferred.
  • He/She is calling from the Insurance department regarding your policy.
  • You can take a new policy and your agent’s commissioin in the old policy will be transferred to your account.

Things Not To Do When He Calls/Mails:

  • Do Not Share Personal Details (passwords, date of birth, credit card number etc).
  • Do Not Share Details of your Policy.
  • Do Not Respond to Suspicious calls or E-Mails.
  • Do Not Transfer Money Into An Unknown Account shared by the cheat

Max Life Anti Fraud Policy

We advise you to ignore such calls/communication and get in touch with us immediately

Call us at our toll free numbers : 1800 200 5577

Drop a mail at service.helpdesk@maxlifeinsurance.com

Did you know

Requests for change in policy like reinstatement, loan, assignments, partial withdrawal, change of D.O.B, are processed within 7 days.


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