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AmMetLife, Mydin announce first iMeriah recipient
Last update: 31/10/2018

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 31 (Bernama) – Eatery owner, Izaiffah Ismail, who lost her husband, Rozman Mahmood, to a heart attack early this year, is iMeriah’s first beneficiary.

The iMeriah takaful (insurance) coverage for Meriah Card members was launched in December 2017, the result of a collaboration between Mydin Mohamed Holdings Bhd (Mydin) and AmMetLife Takaful Bhd (AmMetLife Takaful).

Under the scheme, Izaiffah will receive monthly groceries worth RM300 from Mydin for the next 12 months.

“The coverage provided by iMeriah has significantly lessened our burden, particularly in purchasing daily necessities. We are grateful for this privilege,” said Izaiffah, who is from Pasir Tumboh, Kota Bharu, Kelantan.

“It is imperative that our customers are covered by iMeriah. We can never predict unfortunate events, such as the demise of a family member or loved one,” said Mydin managing director, Datuk Ameer Ali Mydin, in a statement today. 

“With iMeriah takaful coverage, household expenses such as groceries will be taken care of to assist with monthly expenses,” he added.

Meriah Card members who spend a minimum of RM600 at Mydin stores in any month will be covered by iMeriah in the following month.

The cost of iMeriah coverage is borne by Mydin, which means there is no cost to Meriah Card members.

iMeriah coverage is for one month and is renewed each time the minimum monthly spending amount of RM600 is met.

For more information, visit or @mydinmalaysia.




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