Compare Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance Quotes

With our Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance *  you can receive permanent life insurance without having to qualify for coverage based on your health. If you're between the ages of 40 and 80 years of age, you're already approved! Benefits from this Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance are a helping hand for your loved ones during a difficult time. 

Call us at 1-855-665-4000 to enroll. We’ll ask for a few pieces of basic information and your payment. Once received, we’ll mail you your policy. It’s that simple. You can receive coverage right over the phone!

Learn more about our Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance
  • Guaranteed Approval without any Medical Questions!

  • Available for people 40 - 80 years of age

  • Guaranteed Whole Life insurance from  $2,500 to $25,000

  • Benefits and premiums never change

  • Guaranteed Return of  Premiums plus interest in the first two years

  • Builds cash value

  • Accidental Death will pay immediate benefit

  • Free Funeral Planning assistance available
 Whole Life insurance  is good for the rest of the person's life. It is, in fact, one of the oldest types of Life Insurance, and it is sometimes  called permanent life insurance or straight Life insurance. offers: Guaranteed cash value, guaranteed death  benefit, and guaranteed interest to make sure the policy stays in force during the insured's lifetime. In addition, the cash value accumulated in the insurance policy is available to cover past due payments, or for emergencies. Some types of  Whole Life Insurance also offer a feature called Reduced Paid-up insurance, which allows you to obtain a policy of less value paid up for life without paying any additional premiums. Speak with one of our Insurance specialists to help you find the right plan for you.


* Please note: This guaranteed issue whole life  insurance is a “graded benefit” whole life product. Accidental death is covered from the moment the coverage is in force, but if you suffer a non-accidental death within the first two years, the death benefit is limited to a return of premiums paid, plus an interest (Non-accidental death benefits may vary by state, and interest rates may vary by carrier).