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Anyone with an Aviva/Norwich Union Policy

(3 Posts)
inscotland Fri 19-Jun-09 10:37:13

I received a letter yesterday asking me to "accept our reattribution offer vote "yes" by 21st August 2009 for your payment.

If I do so I will get a cheque for at least £607.00.

This however is the lowest payment I'd receive under this offer if I vote yes and accept it and the reattribution goes ahead.

If I don't vote or vote no then I will retain my interests in any future special distributions but I will not receive an incentive payment.

Has anyone else received this?

heavenstobetsy Fri 19-Jun-09 19:20:11

I haven't but it seems to be reported as a good deal

www.thisismoney.co.uk/news/article.html?in_article_id=483992&in_page_id=2&ct=5

BigGitDad Tue 23-Jun-09 22:43:01

I think the issue is that a year ago a much higher amount was going to be paid but in the light of recent economic circumstances share values etc are less so the fund is less and so they want to pay less out.

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