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Yes. If the insured provided ANY information that he or she knew to be fraudulent the insurer has no legal obligation to honor a claim against the policy. The two year contestability clause allows the insurance company to cancel you policy if they find any cause such as lying on an application. After the two year period they can not cancel the policy nor deny a death claim. You will be refunded any premiums you have paid. Bottom line, DO NOT LIE!

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Q: Can a term life insurance that is filed before the two year mark be denied based on employment discrepancies saying that the insured lied about employment?
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