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IDBI Bank

IDBI Bank

Home Loan : Home, sweet home, built out of your dreams. A place where you return after a hard day's work and relax, a place where you share precious moments...
Loan Faqs
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How much personal loan that I can take? :

The amount of loan that you can apply for ranges from Rs.50,000 to Rs.15,00,000 depending on your capacity to repay. It will also depend on the documents you furnish, place of work, residence, city you live in and the bank would like that the installments you pay should not exceed more than 30 to...
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Can the amount of loan be increased or decreased even after it has been sanctioned? :

Yes, the loan amount can be changed any time before disbursement. Any increase in loan amount will however be subject to the eligibility conditions. The bank might also charge you excess fees on requesting an increase in the loan amount. However, the bank is not obliged to return excess fees paid...
Insurance
Life Insurance Corporation of India

Life Insurance Corporation of India

Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) is an old life insurance company in India. It is also the insurer with the largest customer base. The company was formed on 1st September, 1956, with the...
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The New India Assurance Co. Ltd

The New India Assurance Co. Ltd

New India Assurance was India's first fully Indian-owned insurance company. The company was founded in 1919. the company offers products for personal, commercial, industrial, liability, social and...
Insurance Faqs
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While traveling overseas do I need to inform the insurance company of the claim in India? :

The claim should be lodged immediately on your return to your country or within 30 days of expiry of policy, whichever is earlier in case you have not registered the claim abroad to a third party administrator (TPA).


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