Click Here to sell your Prudential endowment policy
To sell a Prudential endowment policy instead of cashing in early, use the flashing button at the top of this page.
Surrender or Sell a Prudential Endowment Policy
A Prudential endowment policy can be a sought after policy, bought by second hand endowment policy buyers, according to one of the leading endowment policy market makers.
If you are asking yourself the question "should I surrender or sell my Prudential endowment policy" then you might want to use the link above to get a selling or traded endowment policy value before making a decision.
Prudential endowment policies were sold extensively by "the man from the Pru" who provided a service that included calling at the home of the policyholder to assist in the premium collections of the Prudential insurance policies and be the face of Prudential right there in the householders kitchen or living room.
Prudential endowments were often sold as small savings plans targeted to mature at given intervals during the policyholders life, as well as much larger endowments designed to pay of an interest only mortgage. The very fact that the Prudential had such an extensive "on the ground" presence meant that a lot of Prudential endowment policies were sold.
If you decide to surrender a Prudential endowment policy, the surrender value can be obtained from the Prudential endowment company itself.
If you surrender your Prudential endowment policy, or surrender the Prudential endowment, you will lose the life assurance attached to it, and should seriously look at term life assurance as a replacement option.
You can only sell a Prudential endowment policy if it is of the with profits type.
Selling Prudential endowments
Selling your Prudential endowment to one of only six endowment policy traders that are members of the Association of Policy Market Makers, instead of cashing in endowments early, can be achieved by using the "sell endowment" link at the top of the page, or by clicking here
The information on this web site is intended as "information only" and should not be taken as "advice".
If you are unsure about what to do, if anything, about your endowment policy, you should consider taking advice from an independent financial adviser who is regulated by the Financial Services Authority