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What can I expect when comparing life insurance with Compare Club?
What can I expect when comparing life insurance with Compare Club?

Looking to compare your life insurance? Here's how we do it.

Updated over a week ago

Compare Club's Sydney-based life insurance broker team are here to help you through the process of adequately insuring what is most important to you.

There are a few ways you can get in touch:

  1. Submit your details through our online form and a broker will give you a call

  2. Give our friendly team a call on 1300 598 418 any time between 9:30am - 6pm Monday to Thursday, and 9:30am - 4.30pm Friday.

Over the phone, our team will talk to you about your current insurance, your needs, and the level and types of cover you'd like to hold. They can help to explain the differences between the different types of policies (life insurance, TPD, income protection and trauma) and work with you to find cover to best suit your circumstances.

Your broker will guide you through the process of obtaining the relevant medical checks, and check in with you through the application process and beyond. At renewal time, our broker team will get back in touch with you to walk you through any changes to your cover, and to see if you are still receiving value for money.


Advizer Pty Ltd ABN 83 168 993 333 of 222 Pitt Street Sydney (Ph: 1300 904 624), trading as Life Insurance Comparison, owns and operates and its associated website. Advizer Pty Ltd is an authorised representative of Alternative Media Pty Ltd (AFSL 486326).

Our advice is general in nature which means it does not take into consideration your current objectives, financial situation or needs. Therefore, before acting on this advice, you should consider the appropriateness of the advice for your own circumstances. Compare Club compares selected products from a panel of trusted insurers. We do not compare all products in the market.For more information about our services, including how we are paid, please read our Financial Services Guide.

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