“The newly formed partnership with Heartland National will help us to offer a larger portfolio of supplemental insurance products, which gives our clients more of a selection”, stated by Greg Feste, CEO of Rezilient Direct.
Heartland National Life Insurance Company is a leading provider of Supplemental Insurance benefits for individuals, specializing in Medicare Supplement insurance.
Rezilient Direct was established in 2009 by Greg Feste with ambitions to sell supplemental insurance products directly online, something which other companies like Aflac and Allstate had not yet done.
Rezilient Direct has made supplemental insurance available for purchase directly though their website, which means an individual can sign up for a product, and have it issued to them without ever even speaking to an insurance agent.
Currently Rezilient Direct offers supplement insurance policies that include: Cancer, Heart Attack, Stroke, Accident, Hospital, and even a new Medicare Supplement policy. All of these products pay cash directly to the insured, and cover costs within the “gap” that major medical insurance does not cover. “With our policies, even if a benefit is covered by the insureds major medical plan, it still pays the individual regardless”, quoted Greg Feste.
Supplemental insurance is very affordable, with policies starting at as little as $12/month to protect themselves from costly things such as cancer, heart attacks, ICU hospitalization. All of these cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, and frequently cause people to have to file for bankruptcy.
Greg Feste started Rezilient Direct because in 2007 he was diagnosed with a rare form of Leukemia, and luckily had a supplemental cancer insurance policy. Greg was able to cover out of pocket costs that his main medical insurance policy would not cover. Seeing the enormous value that his cancer policy had, inspired him to make take it to the forefront of supplemental insurance and let others know how to protect themselves if they ever get diagnosed. According to the American Cancer Society, 60% of the costs associated with cancer are not covered by insurance. “This quote says it all, the average Joe can’t just fork over $1,000 a week during radiation and chemotherapy and still be able to pay their bills”, says Greg Feste.
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