Guarantee Trust Life GTL

Guarantee Trust Life Insurance Company (GTL)
Medicare Supplement Insurance Policy

  • e-App, email, fax, and mail applications
  • Access to great GTL products to cross-sell
  • 9 month advance with no interest charge available

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Why Should You Sell the GTL Medicare Supplement Insurance Policy?

  • No new contract required if you are a current GTL agent
  • 9 month advance with no interest charge available
  • e-App, email, fax, and mail applications
  • Access to great GTL products to cross-sell
  • Get paid weekly
  • Fast contracting
  • Great household discounts

GTL Medicare Supplement Resources

  • Agent portal (e-apps, supplies, quotes, commissions, and more)
  • Fax number: 847-699-8493

GTL's History of Expertise in the Medicare Supplement Insurance Industry

  • GTL has written individual and group Medicare Supplement insurance for the past 50 years
  • GTL has a history offering Medicare Supplements the right way, offering stable, competitive rates with a track record of reasonable rate increases
  • GTL is financially strong and was upgraded by AM Best in May to B++ Stable

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Where can you sell this Medicare Supplement Plan?

Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, and West Virginia

Call Tidewater Management Group today to find out the details on this Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan available to our partners at (888) 622-9122.

GTL Medicare Supplement Insurance

FOR AGENT USE ONLY - Cannot be distributed to the public or used in any consumer solicitation.Plans may not be available in all states. Contact Tidewater Management Group (National FMO) for more details at (888) 622-9122.

Guarantee Trust Life Insurance Company and their licensed agents are not in any manner affiliated with or sponsored by the federal government, the social security administration, the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services, or the department of health and human services.​