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You have invested a huge sum in your home – from renovations, to furniture and electronics. Protect your home with myHome Protect II, which reimburses you with up to S$350,000 to repair and replace your home contents and renovations in the event of an accident such as fire. This way, you can focus on restoring your home, knowing that the finances are taken care of.
For a limited time only, get eCapitaVouchers & up to 20% + 10% off on myHome Protect II. Plus, get a 10% refund when you remain claim-free for 12 months!
Exclusively for DBS yuu and POSB Everyday Cardmembers
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Get additional S$20 eCapitaVouchers when you apply the promo code DEALS during your application and pay with your DBS yuu Card
By clicking the “Quote now” button, you will be leaving our website to access Chubb’s website. Please ensure that you understand Chubb’s product features and terms before purchasing.
myHome Protect II is underwritten by Chubb Insurance Singapore Limited (“Chubb”) and distributed by DBS Bank Ltd (“DBS”). It is not an obligation of, deposit in or guaranteed by DBS. This is not a contract of insurance. Full details of the terms, conditions and exclusions of the insurance are provided in the policy wordings and will be sent to you upon acceptance of your application by Chubb.
You have a free look period of 30 days from the date you receive the Policy. If you decide to cancel the Policy within these 30 days, please inform Chubb in writing and they will cancel the Policy from its start date and refund the full premium paid, provided no claim has arisen.
This policy is protected under the Policy Owners’ Protection Scheme which is administered by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation ("SDIC"). Coverage for your policy is automatic and no further action is required from you. For more information on the types of benefits that are covered under the scheme as well as the limits of coverage, where applicable, please contact Chubb or visit the General Insurance Association or SDIC websites.