Trans World Assurance Announces Online Account Access For Future First Universal Life Policyholders

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Trans World Assurance has made updates to its online system allowing Future First Universal Life policyholders to view their policy information online.

Trans World Assurance, in a continuing effort to provide military members with better and more convenient service, has made updates to its online system. These updates allow Future First Universal Life policyholders to view their policy information online.

With online account access Future First Universal Life policyholders can:
-obtain information about life insurance policies
-view death benefit information
-view accumulated cash values
-change contact information
-download forms

These updates are part of an ongoing effort by Trans World Assurance to better serve military members. The company recognizes that its military policyholders need the ability to easily access information and communicate with Trans World Assurance from all over the world. The company continues to stay true to the vision of its founder by sticking to the principle of giving outstanding service and unwavering support for those that serve our country.

"We want to give members convenient online access to Trans World Assurance as they travel abroad," said a company spokesman. "With thousands of members of the military and their families as customers, our mission is to give them the tools and control to manage their important information anytime, anywhere."

Trans World Assurance was founded 50 years ago by Charles P. Woodbury, a decorated Marine aviator and has grown into one of the most solid and safe insurance companies in America. The company has emphasized ultra safe investments and has weathered the financial storms to which other companies have fallen victim. The company is currently and has been a long standing underwriter of the SGLI program, covering all military members.


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