Term Life (ages 18-64)
Printable Change Forms
Guaranteed Issue Term Life (ages 45-75)
Enrollment Form
Printable Change Forms
Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance
Enrollment Form
Printable Beneficiary &
Change Forms
Basic Certificate
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by Selman & Company

Welcome FedEx Employees Credit Association Members!

FedEx Employees Credit Association is pleased to offer our Members Term Life, Guaranteed Issue Term Life and Group Accident Protection Insurance Programs - designed with your needs in mind.

Term Life Insurance - Up To $150,000
Some day your family's future may depend on the benefits your life insurance provides. Term Life Insurance represents a simple, affordable way to help your family continue to enjoy the quality of life you had always planned for them.

Guaranteed Issue Term Life Insurance
A term life insurance program exclusively for our members 45-75 years of age. This program uses the buying power of our strong membership to bring you the most affordable rates on the coverage you may need to protect those you care about most.

Enroll today to receive our best possible rate!

Group Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance - $2,000 At-No-Cost-To-You!
To show you just how much we value our members, we have arranged to provide all active members, age 18 and older, with $2,000 of Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance underwritten by New York Life Insurance Company. This valuable coverage is paid for by the Credit Union - at no cost to you!

Also, because of our group purchasing power, you have the opportunity to purchase from $10,000 to $300,000 of Voluntary AD&D Insurance at affordable group rates!

Insurance Program presented and administered by Selman & Company.

Term Life Insurance underwritten by
Transamerica Premier Life Insurance Company, Cedar Rapids, IA.

Group Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance underwritten by
New York Life Insurance Company.

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