[LISTEN] Denise Ganas rejects premium payout from Momentum

Momentum has refused to pay a R2.4 million policy payout to Nathan Ganas’s wife Denise, saying he didn’t disclose that he was suffering from diabetes before his death.

JOHANNESBURG – The widow of the man at the centre of a Momentum life insurance claim says she will continue to fight for a full payment instead of the premiums that the insurer has paid her.

Life insurer Momentum has refused to pay a R2.4 million policy payout to Nathan Ganas’s wife Denise, saying Nathan didn’t disclose that he was suffering from diabetes before his death.

Nathan was shot dead outside his Durban home last year.

Denise says they have informed her that they have paid all her premiums into her account.

She adds: “I have asked the doctor that diagnosed him where is the proof, where is the chronic medication that my husband was on? Because knowing it was diabetes, he should be on chronic medication. So, I'm still disputing that my husband was diabetic.”

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