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MyBucks Banking Corporation Expand Bancassurance

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One of the players in the financial market MyBucks Banking Corporation has announced that is has expanded its bancassurance offering to include home insurance, motor insurance and electronic insurance, dubbed CellSure.

Speaking on the development, MyBucks Marketing & Customer Experience Manager, Linda Nkosi said the expansion of the Bancassurance products is in line with one of the bank’s goals of making people’s lives better.

She added that in addition to the existing funeral and credit life insurance that the bank always offered, they felt it was important to bring to the market, the home, motor and CellSure insurance because these have become essential and expensive realities of modern life and losing or breaking these entails real financial problems.

Nkosi highlighted that the home insurance covers one’s house and belongings against life’s unexpected events such as theft, damage by extreme weather, fire and other losses.

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