We will send you a copy of the data entered by your Financial Broker on your behalf. It is your responsibility to ensure the data is correct; you should check it and if you do not agree with any of the data you should make the amendments, sign the document and immediately return it to us at our branch office, Aviva Life & Pensions Ireland, One Park Place, Hatch Street, Dublin 2. We will acknowledge receipt of any amendments within 10 days. If you do not receive this acknowledgement from us within 10 days, please contact us to ensure we have received your amendments.
This data, together with the Customer Application Booklet in Section B that you will sign, will be the basis of your application for Protection Cover.
Material facts are details that we need to know so we can assess applications for cover and claims for benefits. Material facts could include medical history, smoking history and details of occupation, travel and pastimes. If you do not tell us about material facts when you apply for your plan or at the claims stage, this might mean that your contract could be cancelled without premiums being returned, or, that we don’t pay a claim.
If you are in any doubt as to whether certain facts are material, you should tell us about them anyway. You must also tell us about any changes to the information you give us up until your policy starts.
In accordance with the Disability Act 2005, you should not tell us the results of any genetic tests which you have had.