All insurance ads have this line "Insurance is a subject mater of solicitation".
What do they mean?
Insurance claims may be adjudicated by solicitors, at a wild guess. Legal jargon for if the crap hits the fan we reserve the right to take up legal advice in processing a claim perhaps?
The Feds makes them put it on there ads, to make it clear that it is a ad. Because we are really dumb.
That's demeaning :rofl: if your too stupid to realise it's an advert then your too stupid to buy insurance anyway.
I Googled on the phrase, and it is peculiar to the Indian insurance market. Apparently, Indian regulators require this disclaimer.
It's like the small print in loan adverts over here your home is at risk if you do not keep up repayments on loans secured on it or whatever it says-- just in case you thought you were getting money for free!
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