Can I purchase a policy for someone else?

You certainly can purchase a policy for someone else. Be sure when purchasing that you submit your own email so when you recieve the purchase confirmation you can forward it to the person you're buying it for. You can also input the email of the person for whom you are purchasing the policy, but note that the confirmation email and policy details will be sent to them, not you.

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