General questions about SafetyNet unemployment and disability insurance

SafetyNet™ is not a loan. It’s a simple insurance plan that is designed to help you out if you lose your job due to a layoff, a job elimination or business closing or if you get hurt or sick and can’t work at your job for a month or longer. You pay just $5-$30 a month. Then, if you have a covered job loss or disability, we will pay you the lump sum benefit you choose when you apply (up to $9,000) to use in any way you want.

What job losses does the program cover?

What disabilities does the program cover?

What does it cost?

How long will the coverage last?

What is the maximum amount of coverage I can obtain?

SafetyNet billing questions for new and existing customers

Does my unemployment check cancel out any money I get from SafetyNet?
How do I change my payment information?
How do I pay?
What if I miss a payment?
Will the price change if I make a claim?

Common eligibility questions for income insurance from SafetyNet

Do I need to be a US citizen to participate?
I am self-employed, can I buy it?
I work for cash, do I qualify?
I work part time. Do I qualify?
What is a pre-existing condition?
Where is this available?
I have bad credit. Do I qualify?

Common questions about filing a claim with SafetyNet

How many days before I get my money?
How long after I'm approved for coverage can I make a claim?
How long must I stay in this program after making a claim?
How is a claim filed?
How many claims can I make?
How many days does it take to approve a claim?
I got injured and can't go to work - now what?
I lost my job because I got fired - now what?
What if I forget to make a claim? How late can I claim a benefit?
What if I have a claim and have not paid my last bill?
What proof or kinds of documentation do you need?
When can I make a claim?

General questions about your SafetyNet account

Can I cancel my policy if I want to?
I forgot my password
I forgot my username
Where can I find my policy details?
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