Is USAA insurance passed down after someone dies?
In those commercials, kids keep saying dates and places (often wartime places). Does that mean their parent got killed in combat and passed down the insurance policy?
- Dan BLv 76 years agoBest Answer
It just means that they can buy USAA insurance because they were related to the deceased. They can buy insurance even if the relative is not deceased. No policy is transferred because the insurability of each individual is different. It's just an advertising gimmick to make people think that they are members of an exclusive club.
- A HunchLv 76 years ago
To be a customer of USAA, you have to have a connection to a military personnel.
If you or your spouse is currently in the military, you can join USAA.
If your parent was in the military and a CURRENT member of USAA, you can join.
If your grandparent was in the military and a CURRENT member of USAA, you can join.
That's all that are allowed to participate in USAA services.
- AnonymousLv 76 years ago
No. INsurance policies aren't passed down, they're paid out.