st peter planGetting St Peter Life Plans is one of the best investment that you can get while you are alive.Below is a list of 10 product highlights that will make you consider getting one today.

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    • Very Low installment plans

There are a lot of installment options that you can to choose from. You can pay installments monthly, quarterly, semi-annually and of course annually. Lowest payment happens if you pay in full because there is an additional 10% discount for spot payments. Discount though may change in the future, so it is highly recommended to pay in full if you have the resources.

    • Plans are transferable

All St Peter Life Plans are transferable. You can always transfer your plan to a living family member or friend.

    • Plans are assignable

This is one of the best benefit in getting a St Peter Life Plan. If you have a St Peter Life Plan and someone you know (a family or friend) passes away, you can assign the plan to the deceased. A St Peter Life Plan is not tied to the plan holder, it can be assigned (or transferred) to another. (Benefit subject to additional conditions, please contact a representative for more information)

    • Return of payment for unused service

Your beneficiary may receive cash value according to a schedule followed by St Peter Plan if the memorial service is not performed.

    • Viewing period of four (4) days

A plan holder is entitled to 4 days of viewing in a St Peter Plan’s accredited mortuary chapels or in your home.

St Peter Life PlansSt Peter Plans contain insurance which provides additional benefits which maybe subject to approval of the insurance claim.

    • Cash benefit

Your beneficiaries shall receive 100% of the contract price if the plan holder* at the time of purchase of the plan dies during the paying period or within 5 years after the full payment of the plan, provided that he/she has not reached the age of 65 upon death.

    • Unpaid balance deemed waived

The unpaid balance is considered paid, if the plan holder* at the time of purchase of the plan, passes away anytime within the paying period. The plan holder should not have reached the age of 65 upon death.

    • Waiver of installment

The plan holder* is exempted from paying the installment balance in the event of an uninterrupted disability of at least 6 months during the paying period. The plan holder should not has reached the age of 60 upon disability.

    • Accidental death and dismemberment

The plan holder’s** beneficiary shall receive a cash benefit equivalent to the contract price for accidental loss of life, loss of limbs, sight and/or combination thereof. This benefit is only applicable during the paying period and that the plan holder has not reached 60 years old upon death.

St peterThe best benefit of getting a St Peter Plan in my view is peace of mind. The idea that loved ones can concentrate in their loss and not in pending payments make a st Peter Life Plan priceless.

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You can also download the brochures of  the products for additional reference

*Plan holder must be within 18 to 60 years old

**Plan holder must be within 18 to 55 years old

Disclaimer: All St Peter Life Plan benefits above are overviews. Reader is advised to contact a st Peter Life Plan agent for more information about the products.

Comments

16 Comments

Cherry · May 8, 2019 at 12:18 am

So it will be impossible to get an insurance if you are over the age of 60?
I am planning to just get e burial or funeral insurance if there is any..

Salamat po ng marame.

pesomaxadmin · May 15, 2019 at 6:08 am

Hi Cherry, wala pong age limit or restrictions para makakuha ng st peter memorial plans. Email ko po kayo ng contact details ko so I can assist you. Thanks

Anonymous · June 20, 2019 at 5:01 pm

Hi, can I buy Life Plan there in Philippines while I am here in other countries?

pesomaxadmin · June 25, 2019 at 4:47 am

You will need to personally sign the application so strictly speaking you need to be here in the Philippines. What I suggest though is to have someone close to you get the plan and then later on just transfer it to your name (includes small fee). This way you may get the plan cheaper, especially if you will be staying abroad for years.

Richelle anne ochoa · July 2, 2019 at 2:14 am

Hi where can i pay my st.peter life plan monthly? Is there an affiliate payment center or banks?

shallee · July 5, 2019 at 6:23 pm

nasa stage na ako ng return of premiums which starts this year for a period of 5 years. does this mean na funeral service is no longer available for me?

pesomaxadmin · July 7, 2019 at 6:44 am

Yung with money back plan po ba yung kinuha nyo? Kung yun po and naabot nyo na yung year na babalik na sa inyo yung premium, hindi po mawawala ang inyong benefits kahit maibalik na sa inyo yung premium nyo. Yun po yung benefits ng plan na may money back. So makukuha nyo ulit lahat ng preimum nyo (staggered for 5 years) and active po ang inyong saint peter plan

pesomaxadmin · July 7, 2019 at 6:48 am

Unfortunately wala pong ibang way ng pagbayad maliban sa pagpunta sa office or through the sales rep na pinagkunan nyo. Normally yung sales rep nyo dapat ang magkukubra o kumukuha ng monthly payments (unless siguro di na sila active rep). Sa akin pinapa bank transfer ko na lang o gcash tapos ako na mismo nagbabayad sa st peter para di na sila mahassle tapos iniipon ko na lang resibo para isang puntahan na lang.

Maricel Montenegro · July 29, 2019 at 12:06 pm

what are the requirements to become an agent

pesomaxadmin · August 20, 2019 at 12:02 am

Not really a requirement but for credibility, you should also have a st peter plan. Not much requirements, just bring an ID (plus photocopy) and 2 2×2 ID pictures

kate · September 4, 2019 at 10:03 am

Good afternoon! Pwede po ako makahingi ng mga brochures para mas lalo ko pa po maintindihan ung products and services na inooffer ng St Peter? thank you! kahit paemail na lang po with contact number po na pwedeng macontact. thank you!

Anonymous · September 10, 2019 at 9:25 am

i want to sell my St. Peter life plan can i sell it back to you? also i noticed that the holder is capable of borrowing money how can i avail?. tnx

Genalyn · September 24, 2019 at 4:26 am

Iba po ba ung funeral service sa memorial lot?

pesomaxadmin · October 10, 2019 at 8:10 am

Hi Genalyn, magkaiba po. Yung funeral service yung mula pag kuha ng katawan, embalming at funeral service (lamay). Ito lang po ang service na offered ng st peter. Hiwalay po yung memorial lot o lupang paglilibingan

pesomaxadmin · October 10, 2019 at 8:12 am

Yes you can sell your plan if its already paid. You can offer it to anyone. I know that you can borrow money up to a certain amount but I am not familiar with the process. You can inquire with your nearest st peter office or with your agent

pesomaxadmin · October 10, 2019 at 8:15 am

Hi Kate, nandito po yung mga brochures https://pesomax.com/stpeter/ take note po na aalisin na yung Traditional Life Plan with Money back at yung Cremation so hwag nyo na sya iconsider. Di ko pa lang naaaupdate itong website. Andyan din yung number ko sa brochure. Thanks

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