National Geographic : 1911 Oct
Send for official information and satisfy yourself about the Postal Life Insurance Company See What You Save The POSTAL LIFE is not a fraternal order or an assess ment organization: it is a standard, old line, legal-re serve company. It maintains standard re serves; its policies contain the standard provisions and are officially approved by the crit ical State Insurance Depart ment. In the selection of risks it applies the high stand ard observed by conservative companies. The POSTAL LIFE now has approximately 25,000 policyholders throughout the United States and Canada, representing more than $50, ooo,ooo of insurance in force, with assets exceeding: $10, ooo,ooo. The Company stands for the non-agency idea; it is the only legal-re serve institution in this coun try that dispenses entirely with agents and cuts out agency-expense, thus making an immediate and continuous saving for policyholders as against all other companies. Let us suppose you are thirty-five years of age and are applying for a policy of $io, ooo. The gross annual .pre mium is $274.00 . An agency company would pay $106.70 In your first letter be sure to give i. Your Occupa tion. 2. The exact date of your birth. of your premium to its agent. The POSTAL pays this sum of money to you upon your entrance into the Company, or, will convert it into $250.00 of additional paid-up insurance. So much for the first year. Out of your second year's pre mium an agency company would pay 7 2 % or $20.55 to its agent, and agency extras would figure at least 2% more, making the total It will pay you to find out what the Co will do for you personally. Simply say: official insurance information with rates age as mentioned in The National Geograp October." Postal Life Insurance Cor] The Only Non-Agency Company in Ameri Nassau, Cor. of Liberty Street, New agency expense on your policy $26.03. The POSTAL pays this sum of money, not to an agent, but to you if you desire to withdraw it, or will convert it into $60.oo of paid-up insur ance. The agency company continues to pay, for a period of years, this $26.03, which the POSTAL saves and pays to, you, or converts it, as stated, into paid-up insurance which is always in addition to the face of your Policy. In common with agency companies, the POSTAL pays the usual contingent dividends in cash each year (ranging up to 20%), or makes them avail able to the policyholder in more paid-up additions, as stated. The foregoing is a brief and concrete illustration of the economies secured to policy holders, whether their insur ance be for $Io,ooo, $5,0oo or $1,ooo. The POSTAL LIFE is gaining, through its meth ods, the most thoughtful and critical insurers. Figures are supplied to ap plicants by mail on Whole Life, Limited Life, Endow ment, etc., at any age up to 60 and for any amount from $1,ooo to $50,000. The in formation will be official. impany "Mail for my When you write, hic for the POSTAL will send no agent to pany visit you; it dis penses with agents, ca York "Geographic readers may depend upon the integrity of our advertisers."