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Old 25-06-2015, 06:40 PM   #29
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Note when you no longer have any policies or all have matured, they will buy back your shares. Make sure you have at least one active policy or become a union member. It would be a waste if you are forced to let go your shares. My spouse has no more policy with them and they automatically bought back my spouse 2,262 shares by instalments.
Actually it is only a matter of time. I called them up before. The shares are also not transferable. So the clock keeps ticking. In the future all will have only 20 shares each.
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