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Update on ELASTIQ - guaranteed 2.02% p.a. for the first 3 years

I've previously shared my purchase of the ELASTIQ plan here where I purchased the minimum amount at $5,000.

Happy to provide some updates on the plan and the ease of tracking my interest online!

Via the tiqconnect web, I was able to see a clean, user-friendly and straightforward webpage showing the interest credited to me on the first month, just like an ibanking page :P

I'm considering topping up more money for them to grow at 2.02% interest. Furthermore, it is stated that
"Top-up or withdraw from your account without penalty or interest claw back 90 calendar days after policy issue date"
This can probably act as another savings account for me to grow my cash. Will definitely keep this plan for the first 3 years!

As mentioned previously, I only took 10 mins to sign up for the plan.

If you are interested, key in R104346 under referral code and you'll get Etiqa eWallet credits worth 0.5% of policy’s premium value ($25 credits for a $5,000 plan) as a sign-up gift while I get a $50 voucher. eWallet credits can be used to make online purchase or renew your existing policies eg. travel and PA plans.

Again, pls DYODD!


  1. Hi Cherry! Nice to see that you've had a good experience purchasing our ELASTIQ insurance savings plan! :)

    If you're looking for other insurance savings options, we have also recently launched our new EASY save series on eEASY save V offers guaranteed 2.68% crediting rate for the first 6 years, and eEASY savepro offers a higher potential yield of up to 4.07%! You can find out more about them here:


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