AIL Benefit Information for OFAH Members
Dear OFAH Member:
We are excited to let you know that all active members have an IMPORTANT BENEFIT PROVIDED TO YOU AT NO COST through your membership with the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters, together in partnership with AIL.
Accidental Death and Dismemberment Benefit
$4,000 for EACH Active Member
In addition, once you complete your card you may request, at no cost, a Family Eye Care discount card. Any member of your immediate family can use this card.
Also, you can request enough Child Safe Kits to help protect all the kids and grandkids in your family. They too are available at no cost and are used to help gather vital data, photos and fingerprints from your children so they are ready for authorities in the event of an emergency.
AIL is a Sustaining Member of the OFAH and a good friend of Conservation
They have provided outstanding financial support for our fish and wildlife programs over the years. With AIL, you can count on a prompt and caring response should your family have to make a claim, as well as dedicated customer service should you need it.
One you complete your reply card, an AIL representative will call on you to deliver your certificate of coverage and other no-cost benefits, as well as witness your beneficiary designation. Please take a few minutes to listen to your AIL representative because your family will qualify for additional benefits at this time. Should you have any questions you would like to have answered, please call AIL at 1-800-495-1213 or Gabriala, AIL Public Relations, directly at 1-866-517-7870 or 416-840-7882.
We truest you will find as many advantages and values in the benefits of American Income Life Insurance Company (AIL) as we do, and we look forward to continue our long and lasting relationship.
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