An Australian company is paying for a ‘cheaper’ insurance policy for its customers.
Key points:Rogue company pays $5.50 per hit per customer, according to a government reportRogue company says it doesn’t use any of the ‘cheapest’ premiumsRogue company is using the cheapest policy on the marketRogue company claims it will only provide coverage to its ‘customers who are not eligible for any other insurance’The Rogue company claims its policies are ‘free of charge’ and ‘free from all other costs’The company claims the policies are the cheapest and that the premiums are ‘completely free of charge’, according to the Department of Health.
The report shows the Rogue company is currently paying a premium of $5,500 per customer.
The company is being run by an anonymous company based in Melbourne.
Its website says its customers are ‘guaranteed to be insured for no more than $25,000’ and that it is ‘committed to ensuring no one else has to pay for this service’.
It said it is providing a ‘federal, state and territory-based ‘insurance guarantee’ for all its customers regardless of their individual eligibility for insurance or health cover.
Rogue says it will not be using any of ‘cheetah’ policies.
It said its customers can access coverage from the Rogue insurance company or any of its ‘other licensed insurance providers’ for ‘free’ from their personal health insurance provider.
Rogue claims that its policies have been ‘proven to be the best in the market’, adding that it has ‘no competitors’.
The company says its policies provide ‘an unbeatable value for money’ and said it had ‘excellent rates for all our customers’.
Rogue claims to be ‘complementary’ to a range of insurance companies and said its policy was ‘designed to be used in conjunction with your other coverage options’.’
Our customer service is very professional and we take great pride in providing the best possible coverage and service, and the highest quality products for our customers’ ‘in the industry’, the company said.
Rogue’s policy has been tested in the US and Australia and is being tested in New Zealand.
The Department of Human Services said Rogue had not had any customers die as a result of the company’s policies.
The Rogue claims its customers were not eligible to receive health insurance through their own health insurance, but have been left with ‘significant financial hardship’.
The Rogue spokesman said Rogue was ‘not in a position to comment on individual circumstances’.
Rogue says its ‘health and dental’ insurance is ‘completely FREE of charge’.
Rogue said its policies cover a range and scope of health conditions and cover a variety of healthcare providers, including private hospitals and community and voluntary health services.’
Our policy covers all healthcare needs from dental and dental implant appointments to specialist surgery, orthopedic and surgical procedures and more.’
It covers any healthcare needs in excess of the standard of care that a person is entitled to under the Health Insurance Act 1996,’ the company added.
Rogue has been operating since 2014, and it is one of the most prominent Australian insurance companies.
It is the second largest company in the Australian health insurance market, behind Commonwealth Mutual.
The Government is reviewing its policy options, which are based on the cost of premiums and out-of-pocket expenses.
The policy has already been tested, and Rogue said it was ‘working hard to ensure it continues to provide exceptional coverage for our loyal customers’.’
We are committed to providing a low-cost, flexible and affordable alternative to existing health insurance options for our consumers’ and continue to work closely with our customer service team to improve our policies’ ‘as soon as possible’.