Denise Ganas pictured with the couple's son Jaden and daughter Carmen shortly after Nathan's death. Picture: Tumi Pakkies/African News Agency (ANA)
Cape Town - Momentum's decision to pay the claim of the widow of a Durban man killed in a hijacking was met with mixed reaction on Twitter. 

The insurer had initially refused to pay out the R2.4 million life insurance policy on the grounds that Nathan Ganas had not disclosed that he had tested positive for high blood sugar levels a number of times.

Momentum also wanted Denise Ganas to pay back a R50 000 instant cash benefit which the family used to bury Nathan.

On Monday, Momentum issued a statement saying it would no longer require Denise to pay back the R50 000, and the company later also undertook to refund the premiums paid on the policy.

However, the social media backlash - and resultant brand damage - continued unabated, virtually forcing Momentum to cave in and pay up.

Some social media users are not convinced that this is good enough though. 

Take a look at some of the reactions: