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Fwd: Pre paid funeral plans as low as 90p a day!




-----Original Message-----
From: Funeral Choices <news@ds.dobleto.com>
To: steveoncomputer <steveoncomputer@aol.com>
Sent: Thu, 2 Jun 2016 17:37
Subject: Pre paid funeral plans as low as 90p a day!


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Pre paid funeral plans as low as 90p a day!
 
 
Submit your details for a FREE quote!
 
Funeral prices have constantly increased by around 10% every year - in just 10 years time the cost for a funeral could be over £12,200 for the same service as you would see now!
 
• Guaranteed to be accepted if you’re 50 or over
• Guaranteed rebate in case of overpayment
• Payment options to suit your budget or pay in lump sum
• Help protect your loved ones from rising funeral prices - the average UK funeral cost is now £3,693*
 
 
The Low Cost Funeral Plan is a straight forward, affordable way to pay for a funeral
 
Secure you and your families future by planning ahead with one of the UK's largest providers
 
Submit your details for a FREE quote!
 
 
* Future Choices is a subsidiary company of The Collective Agency Ltd. Registered Address - Kemp House 152 City Road London EC1V 2NX. You may be contacted by a representative of future choices or associated companies regarding this or associated offers. * Source: Average of quotes for standard cremation and burial arrangements from a sample of funeral directors. Sunlife 2015
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