EVERYONE would love to be on the receiving end of a windfall. Who doesn’t? Imagine the things you can do with it–buy that dream house, put up a business, or invest it in long term savings products. The possibilities are endless.

Well, who knows? These might just be within your fingertips.

AIA Philippines (formerly AIA Philam Life) is looking for beneficiaries so they can take their unclaimed money from them and make their dreams come true.

The country’s premier life insurance company recently launched a campaign to seek thousands of its policy holders and beneficiaries who have yet to claim their benefits ranging from policy maturities, reinstatements, claims, redemptions, and even refunds.

Despite fervent efforts to contact its customers through registered mail, email, callouts, and their agents, there is still a huge number who have yet to be reached, with benefits left to be claimed. Customers may not have heard from them for quite some time now due to change in address or contact details. With big life changes, routinary things like updating their policy details or telling their beneficiaries about their life insurance coverage may be the last thing on their mind. Or maybe, they just lost touch with their agent over the years.

“We are doing this because we have a promise that goes beyond passively responding when our customers make a claim,” said AIA Philippines Chief Operating Officer Geegee Lopez. “The promise of helping our customers live healthier, longer, better lives includes making sure these hard-earned benefits get to the intended recipients. We’re asking for everyone’s help in finding our customers or their beneficiaries so we can give them their unclaimed benefits.”

If that sounds like you, you can quickly check if you have unclaimed benefits via https://bit.ly/AIAPH_CheckYourMoney. Simply input the policy owner or beneficiary details and wait to be notified if you qualify for a claim.

You may also visit the AIA Philippines website, AIA Philippines on Facebook, email customerservice.ph@aia.com, or call (02) 8528-2000 to know more. (PR)